Streaming Sonos - Best H/T Receiver

I had an old Pioneer Elite VSX-33TX receiver I was using to stream Sonos to a game room. I was using it for 2.1 with Boston Acoustic CR85 speakers and a Boston Acoustic PV600. The Pioneer gave up the ghost and I am looking to replace with another receiver. I would like to be able to use the subwoofer and don't have the budget to go separates, so I was looking to try and find an good, older home theater receiver for under $200.00. I found a Marantz SR5000 and the SR8000, but wanted to see if anyone had any suggestions on an older receiver that had a good stereo/music sound. Thanks in advance.
I have a 2004 NAD T773 flagship receiver that has performed flawlessly and has a "seperates like" amp section and very good 2-channel performance. The T773 can usually be found on the used market around $350.00 to $500.00+. I know a bit more than your budget but superb performance IMO. It is built like a tank and tips the scales at over 52 pounds.

The "lesser" T763 and T753 are just as musical but can be found closer to you budget.

Mid 2000's B&K receiver's like the AVR305, 307, 505, 507 ar all very musical and powerful and built like tanks also.

I have a Marantz SR 7000 5 channel receiver in a second system and I now use it mostly in two channel to drive Triangle Comete monitors. It had excellent reviews when new and has a solid 100 watts/channel and sounds very good. I believe the SR 8000 would be at least as musical and powerful.