It didn't even blow up. I connected the same equipment with the same wires and interconnects and plugged it into the same socket on the same powerbar in the same outlet. So I guess it wasn't my fault after all that two Arcams blew up. Glad I got that off my chest. Still haven't calibrated and set everything (16pgs in Arcam guide, 75+pgs in Integra guide). So far I've ascertained that DPLII is a lot better than DPL. That, and all the inputs seem to work. BTW, for all you Arcam (current/potential) owners out there, I just didn't want to go through this blow up again (see my other posts if you want details). I still like the Arcam sound and if I ever decide to add some additional amplification, I will certainly consider Arcam power amps. Off to play with my new toy. Played some music for an hour. Tried DPLII Music, DTS Neo:6 Music (not using a 6th channel) so far DPLII is the winner. I'm stuck with my old Harman Kardon HKTS 6 setup for now, as my some of my Bostons are on order. (Got my VR-M60s set up in Zone 2). My Bostons are 3-6db (depending on the speaker) more sensitive than my HKs and it makes quite a difference for my output (more than I thought I'd notice--I'm not addressing QUALITY, just output). To those who had suggested Dynaudios, I heard some and they were lovely, but, unlike the Arcam, the Integra DTR 6.4 can't drive a speaker with less than 6ohms, so I guess my speaker choice worked out in the end. Sorry if I'm rambling, I'm just glad I get to play with my toy(s) instead of waiting for them (and watching them blow up).