I recently got me a shiny new OLED TV (which is awesome btw) for my living room. Having a dedicated cinema room, I feel a good 2.1 system is fine (for now). I have a pair of B&W XT2’s and an old Denon 3805 AV receiver donated to me by my brother which sounds good but I feel something isn’t right. In an attempt to cut down on cabling, I decided to get an Inateck Bluetooth 4.1 receiver, with APTX HD, and plug in to the amp end. The TV has a Bluetooth 4.1 transmitter and all paired up well and worked. However, the sound was lacking. Assuming it was a poor DAC in the Bluetooth receiver, I bought another Inateck receiver, but this time with an optical output to use the DAC in the receiver. Sound is much better now. TV sounds great but music still lacks some sparkle and I think it is the Denon receiver. Are there any good starting points where I can look at some stereo amps? But then I’m stuck with using the original Bluetooth receiver without an optical output. Will I need to get a decent DAC for the stereo amp? Although it is a 2 channel system today, I have wiring in situ for rear speakers should I want surround sound in the future. In which case, should I go for a more musical receiver with all the bells and whistles built in such as HDMI, Bluetooth, Wifi etc…? Any thoughts and opinions would be much appreciated.