The following is currently being installed: Proceed AMP5 (125 watts/ch) to drive - a pair of B&W SCM1's (rear surrounds) - a pair of Revel S30s (side surounds) - one B&W HTM1 (center) Proceed HPA2 (250 watts/ch) to drive - a pair of B&W 802's (main fronts) I noticed my installer used 14 gauge wiring all around. (I think the brand/model is Transparent Inwall 14-2). Now the question: isn't 14 gauge too small a cable for the HPA-2 and B&W 802 match-up? I don't know too much about HT (still learning) but even for my car (running 2 amps with total wattage of around 350), my car audio installer ran a 10 gauge cable from the batterry to the trunk. I would have thought 14 gauge for the HPA-2 is way too small.... Any advice? Should I insist that the installer change the cables? (Additional info: room size is 22 by 17, distance from amp to speaker is about 20 feet).