Can anyone provide an explanation on how to go about pairing an integrated amp and speakers so that the speakers will die before the amp (ie. - the volume can be continually increased WITHOUT meaningful distortion resulting, before the speakers fail)? This would probably involve the study of the "Measurements" portion of a Stereophile review, but what would be the important criteria to look for? I know there has to be more to it than just simply comparing the amp's watts-per-channel, the speakers' impedance, or the speaker manufacturer's maximum recommended watts to the speaker. I would also prefer to not buy any more watts/power than is needed to efficiently and cleanly drive the speakers to their limits. Any guidelines or suggestions you are aware of to accomplish this would be appreciated.