Hi all, long time lurker... anyhow, decided it is now time to buy a decent amp as my current setup is a hodge podge and am sure the speakers could sound a lot better with the sources i am using. I have a kenwood RD-M23 micro unit, with Gale Gold Monitor speakers, and a Freecom Musicpal via the aux in on the radio to listen to internet radio, and also an old (but still working) Matsui DA-1 DAB which i occasionally use. The speakers work really well and plenty of enough volume as the room is small, and as it is for a bedroom/home office these are about as big as i need, so they are staying and i have no plans to change them (6Ohm, Gale GOLD MONITOR MK2 Beech | Speakers Per Pair | Richer Sounds) The kenwood has an optical out as well which i can use as a CD player if needed. So what i am intending to do with the system is possibly to go Vinyl at some point, so this will need to be factored in as the amp will be a keeper for a long time. So, I need an amp with enough headroom in the power if i change the speakers at any point (ie if they break!), a minimum of 2 analogue inputs (1 for the internet radio, 1 for the DAB/or a CD player in the future) a suitable input for a Turn Table, and if possible an optical Digital 'in' so i can listen to the CD's currently via the kenwood. Oh, and a sub-out (may be stretching it here!) as i have a HC sub sitting here doing nothing (Jamo SW410E) i know the optical in may not be possible, and also i can be listening to it for up to 9 hours a day (work from home) some days so want something that will cope well with a wide range of musical types, from the beatles to Pink floyd, then some 90's Rap, 80's, bit of classic rock and then some tunes like Duffy/etc. so not fussy thanks in advance.