What modest/moderate priced receiver should I buy for use w/CXN Network Player & Aeromax Tower speakers? i have a 1980's Harmon Kardon receiver that has seen better days. Right now, it's not giving me enough inputs (thanks to avforums members helping me get my CXN up and running <3 ), so I'm thinking of getting something else. Also, the HK is just 30 watts per channel and perhaps some higher wattage would assist the speakers? How I, a person of modest means, ended up with a Cambridge CXN and Aeromax tower speakers (both purchases were floor models, but still)... it was just a quirky moment in time when I was bestowed with extra cash. But that's not representative of my budget at all. I would like to keep this in the "under $300" range, yet good quality and reliability are essential. "Intuitive": a plus. Not only am I not a tech person, but specifically, the technology has become much more sophisticated for someone who has held on to old school equipment quite happily over the decades. So now I have no idea if these new receivers that have all these digital aspects to them, as well as many extra features, could be in conflict with the CXN network player. For just one example: some have built in DACs, whereas the CXN already has built in DACs. That one just happened to jump out at me, but the question is a general one about things I know pretty much nothing about that could conflict between the components. I don't want to mix my music system with my television. I would only ever want that for watching concerts on TV and used to do so many years ago, but now the present configuration puts my stereo system in a separate room from the TV. I figure I'd be safe and maybe happier if I could get something analog and call it a day. This option is becoming difficult to find and may be an impractical goal. Furthermore, it may not even be the best choice. But all I feel I need is a minimum of 3 inputs plus phono. Whatever is an appropriate amount of wattage to be a good companion for the Aeromax speakers, and a good companion to the CXN. If there are a couple of other features, like Bluetooth or HDMI, or USB, that's fine, as long as they don't cause problems for my components. And speaking of components, I will continue to be plugging in an old school CD player -- Yamaha carousel (well, actually I might have to replace that in a while), a tape deck and a turntable. While recommendations of specific units would be great, I suppose the most important thing is the clarification about possible conflicts between components, or less than ideal pairings. Also interesting, is someone pointing out with foresight, what I might not be considering about recent and near-future technology and what I might be missing in terms of features if I don't include them in my choice. Thanks!