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  1. Hi gang, Hope you are all having a great summer. As you may know I have a micro system Denon DM39s + DragonFly 1.2 + JitterBug + Audirvana Plus. At any rate, I have enjoyed the Denon speakers but want to do a bit of an upgrade.I am considering the Pioneer BS22 and wanted to know if this might be a viable alternative. The Denon DM39s (amp) specs are: Power Output (6 ohm, 1kHz) 30 W Number of channels 2Freq. Response (Analog In) 20 Hz X 20 kHz Denon speaker specs are: Type 2-way, bass reflex Drivers 4 ¾” bass-mid 1” dome high Impedance (ohms) 6 Frequency range 45 Hz X 40 kHz The Pioneer BS22s: Description: Two-way bass-reflex bookshelf speaker (not magnetically shielded). Drive-units: 1" soft-dome tweeter, 4" structured-surface cone woofer. Frequency range: 55Hz–20kHz. Nominal impedance: 6 ohms. Sensitivity: 85dB/2.83V/m. Maximum input power: 80W. Crossover frequency: 3kHz. Do you guys think it would be worth it to upgrade to the BS22s ? Do they pair well with any amp or are they slightly fussy? Thank you for your insights.