Hello all..I'm a newbie to the whole Home Theater game and I had a couple questions... First of all...I had a HTIB and am making the jump to a real system...I just purchased a Denon AVR-791 7.1 receiver..The speakers that I have currently are from a Panasonic 7.1 Sc-BT300 system....They are small satellites that read 3 ohm..I've been researching this matter and are getting mixed opinions....How important is the impedance? The Denon states its rated for 6-16 ohm.....Will these pannys damage my unit? Can they work at lower volumes? and when replaced...should I go with 6ohm or 8ohm.....I am looking at the Pioneer Andrew Jones model speakers they state that they are 6ohm at only 90 watts .. The Denon says its pushing 125 watts at 6 ohms.....Needing some major input on this....I have the receiver and sub (Velodyne VRP-1200) that I want...just need to build around it....Looking to not break the bank either.....what is your input? Thanks!