I have my JBL NSP1 II speakers and should receive my DLS 10" powered subwoofer from Parts Express very soon. Last piece in the puzzle is my receiver. There are around 5 or so I was looking at and the Kenwood VR-6070 roze to the top by virtue of its feature set. But I just found out that this receiver has an 80 Hz crossover and I figure that might not work out well with my speakers. I like the Kenwood because it has phono inputs (not essential, but it would be nice), pre-outs, an RF learning remote. However I'm also considering the Pioneer VSX-D811s, the Denon 883 (1803 is the same), Onkyo TX-SR600, Yamaha RX V630, and I'm open to suggestions. I'd also like my receiver to have good sensitivity for weak FM stations, but I realize that I might not get all the features I want. My room is pretty small, so at least for now I won't need a receiver with a big punch. I realize that the 6070 is pretty powerful, but that's not the reason I prefer it (except for the possible crossover issue). My subwoofer has these characteristics: a 12 dB electronic low pass filter that is continuously variable from 40 to 160 Hz. It also features a 6 dB high pass filter (125 Hz, 8 ohm) output for satellite speakers. Frequency response: 30-160 Hz. Could I configure my speakers to work acceptably with the Kenwood or should I look elsewhwere? Thanks!