Hi, Im trying to build my first proper AV Set up on a budget, I've managed to acquire a nice set of Mission 773's and a Mission 70AS subwoofer and I've been told that I'd be better off getting an old AV receiver rather than a plain stereo receiver for what I want. my inputs will be; PS4, Xbox One, Chromecast audio, Pioneer Vinyl Player The Sony STR-DB930 has popped up locally for fairly cheap and I know that this is a receiver which was highly revered years ago. I also spotted that the manual mentioned that the phono can be used for a turntable but I'm not sure if this will produce good sound for vinyl. I have a feeling it would do wonders for future expansion into 5.1 and it would serve well for my ps4 and maybe even my chromecast audio but will this do well for Vinyl Records? Would it do for now until I get a dedicated stereo amp for vinyl or would it just ruin the sound of the record? Sorry I should add the types of things I like etc, I do like a bit of bass but not over powering bass. I quite like my Audio Technica MTH 50x's and I listen to a good range of music from Hip hop to noise rock to electronic music. I play mostly single player games and I watch a fair bit of sci fi and a lot of Netflix originals. I'll be using this in a 1 bedroom apartment so I wont be looking to get a 5.1 set up properly just yet, I just want a quality set up that I can upgrade in the future.