Greetings all-new comer here. Am looking for input on my current dilemma: I am shopping for a new receiver and was really leaning towards the Rotel rsx 1055. I then discovered a placard on back reading " SPEAKER IMPEDANCE 8 OHMS MINIMUM ". This was a surprise considering Rotel is so well known for their ample power supplies. Turns out (as far as I can tell) this is the only product in the Rotel line not using a toroid type transformer. I am planning on using this with 4 OHM M&K speakers. What to do? Is this for real? Since this discovery, I have started looking at the Rotel RSX 1065 and the B&K 305 which are becoming available at close to Rotel prices with the new models coming out. I know the B&K is shy a few processing modes but this isn't a huge deal to me (or should it be?) as my emphasis is more on music and than movies. On the other hand I do like the Rotel products and don't know if the B&K will offer substantially better sound for the extra dollars. Anyone familiar with these models? Rotel or B&K? Any input or comparisons are appreciated.