Well, the Outlaw RR 2150 fits the bill, although it's technically a "receiver" and its DAC only has USB in (not optical or coax). I'm currently using mine to drive two sets of speakers from the on-board DAC.
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I have been using the Music Hall Maven for the past month, and I think that has everything that you are asking in a one box offering. It has two speaker outputs, an onboard Burr Brown 1738 DAC with a two digital inputs, a tuner, and 100W/2ch. The Maven harnesses most of the same circuitry as the acclaimed Music Hall Mambo, but provides 50 extra watts and an excellent tuner for a one box wonder. The thought of an "audiophile" tuner for listening to NPR on Saturday mornings seems like an overkill.
A shopped around for a long time and as fruit of my research I found that HT Electronics offers the Maven for around $700 delivered. (Full disclosure: no relation to the company, just an unbelievable price) The build quality is simply amazing- the all aluminum chasis and remote. There is a lot of pooh-poohing Chinese manufactured goods among "audiophiles", but this is a no Wallmart special for a realistic "audiophile" on a budget.