I have a pair of Sonance VP60R in-ceiling speakers which are currently driven by the Sonos Connect: Amp. I would like to replace the Sonos Connect: Amp with the new Sonos Amp. However, I've noticed that the power handling on the Sonance VP60R is 100 watts and the maximum power output on the Sonos Amp is 125 watts per channel; see https://www.sonance.com/in-wall-in-ceiling/visual-performance/medium-round-square for specification.
The impedance of the VP60R in-ceiling speakers is 8 ohms nominal; 6 ohms minimum, which does not seem to be an issue for the Sonos Amp.
I also have a second pair of Sonance VP60R in-ceiling speakers that I would like to connect to the same Sonos Amp; I have not previously connected them to the Sonos Connect: Amp.
Please advise as to whether I should or should not replace the Sonos Connect: Amp with the new Sonos Amp.