So I've destroyed tweeters and some drivers on some freebie floor speakers at JUST past halfway volume on my Pioneer SX-1050. This is a "for dummies" kind of post. I don't know alot about the technicals of impendance and most things home audio knowledge. The set up was: SPEAKERS channel A: Technics SB-A55's (input, 260 watt max) Found these for pennies at a garage sale. Tweeters blown a long time ago, but the low end is sweet so kept them going. SPEAKERS channel B: Altec Lansing 100's. (200 watt max). These got destroyed when I listened to something for an hour or two up slightly past halfway on the Pioneer. Tweeters and a driver are ruined. I enjoy listening to music LOUD. Like, the band is playing in the room. And most records I enjoy pushing the limits of extreme metal, noise, ambient, doom, Black Sabbath type bands: overall loud albums in phono. First off, what did I overload? Is there a better way to connect things? Also what should I look for to replace as beefier speakers under $1000 range? My connections are literally basically copper wire to one channel A. And then a seperate set of copper wire to the channel B. Help?