My first post here and hope it all makes sense so go easy on me. Might be a complicated post so take your time to read carefully. I'd like to replace my aging hi-fi with an amplifier that also has a tuner (Do they all have tuners?) Will I need to buy new speakers as well? However the items I want to keep are my TV (with only 1 scart) my video recorder, existing DVD player and digi box. However digital coverage is a bit poor so thats why I still need an analogue tuner. However off the old hi-fi I want to keep the 6CD multichanger(a separate unit) and hopefully route it into the amplifier so the sound routes through that. At the moment I have a scart from the digibox to the TV and to the VCR. The sound output from the video recorder is run into the existing hi-fi and the sound output on the DVD runs into the input on the video recorder which then routes automatically to the hi-fi. If we want to watch a DVD at the moment we have to unplug the scart that runs into the TV from the digibox and replace it with the DVD scart lead. No great hardship bearing in mind that we only rarely watch a DVD. What I'm really after is a decent surround system but I don't want to end up with 2 sets of speakers, one for the hi-fi and one for the DVD. I think what I need is an amplifier(Doly Digital, DTS etc.) with tuner that has enough coaxial spare inputs for the 6 cd multichanger. I assume I can use the currently unused optical outlet on the DVD to route to the optical inlet on the amplifier. Oh and Mrs RB says it has to be black to match the existing cd multichanger. Hope that makes sense. I feel a bit like that bloke on the old "Not the Nine O'clock news" sketch who wanted a gramophone.