You should look at the outlaw 1050. It is a very good choice for music only listening. Add a quality 2 or 3 channel amp and you are set. Much less expensive than the 3802.
I have a 3801. Picked it over the 760 nad for home theater because 7.1 and reviews (i have a very nice 2 channel system in a private room for music). I must say it is weak on music (i also have an old 3020 nad from my college days) but it does not miss a beat on home theater. Reviews of the nad showed it slugish on ht. If i had to do it over again i might go for the new rotel....it is probably a better blend of music and ht. i would not hesitate to p/u a used 3801 or 2 for a deal...you will be pleased with its ht ability.
I have the 3802 and I must tell you that it is a great reciever in my opinion.My system is a 7.1 surround sound theater driving Boston Acoustic speakers.I have always been a big movie guy and for the price this reciever tops them all for home theater applications.The things you can do with this reciever are truly great.But for music only I would suggest looking into a amp/pre amp set up the 3802 is really geared for home theater.Although if you do decide to go with the Denon I think your DVD collection will grow and you will get hooked on home theater as I am. Good Luck and do your self a favor and do alot of research.