sounds to me like you need to find a wife or a replacement for your current squeeze. audio can wait.
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DC: Find a beautiful, restored and nice sounding Art Deco table radio (tube of course) and forget about the 90% (just invest in a good antenna). My "quick" system for many years was a KLH Model 21 radio (early 60's), tuned to the local jazz or classical station. It was not tube or beautiful or Deco (though I wish that it had been), but it sure sounded good when I did not want to be bothered with the other setup, plus I never got nuts about tweaking it (it was just a radio). It was also a chick magnet (much more so than the big rig). There's just something about monorial music coming out of a nice sounding vintage radio.