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If your amp puts out 100 watts/channel, in order for it to exceed 60 watts to the VC, you would have to crank it pretty far. In order to damage the VC , you would have to go quite far to damage it. If, however, you think you will test the limits here, you could instead of using the VCS-2's, send them back and get the VCS-2D-HP's rated at: 200 watts per channel. No fear, you won't damage your amp.
A/V is only as good as your weakest link.