I recently accidently melted a tweeter (Crossover?) on one of my Maudant Short THX select main speakers which was reluctantly replaced under warranty. The dealer said the damage was caused by the amp clipping and this is because the power supply cannot drive all channels at maximum. The sound levels when this occured was very high around +8db and MCACC I later found had added a fair bit to the treble too. While this kind of volume probably wont be used again in 5.1 mode, I was wondering if Biamping the front channels would help? I use Stereo mode a fair bit and probably will more when I get an SACD player and I assume the power supply would be less of an issue in stereo mode. Anyones experience with biamping this amp or the near identical VSX-49/47TX would be much apprecited.