What do I add to make my system HT ?

I run two channel PSB goldi with 5350se creek integrated amp and Mcintosh mc205 cd. Can I hook a surround processor or reciever into my existing setup and switch back to my 2 channel setup when I'm not watching movies. Any recommendations? What would you add to my existing system to make it work? thanks
I ran into the same problem when putting my system together and I came up with a few solutions.
1. Run a good reciever and use the speaker outputs as your pre-amp which will allow you to control what speakers are being utilized by what speaker mode(stereo, 5.1, ect.) you have selected. You can take this one step further and buy a yamaha reciever which has 5 channel stereo
2. Use a surround processer and a/v selector box to switch the imput signal going to your amp.
3. Turn off the surround amp when listening in stereo
I hope these ideas help point you in the right direction
Easy. Feed the preamp-level outputs of the front L/R channels of the receiver/processor into a spare line-level input on the Creek. A HT bypass input if it has one or, alternatively, another but make sure you always have the VC at the same spot all the time for HT.

Add speakers, stir and go.

If I'm getting this right, then if I was to purchase a Nad T773,arcam avr300 or dennon 3805 any of these would be all I would need not counting center speaker and rears? Any preference on which of the 3 would serve me best with my particular system?
Arcam AVR300 by leagues over the others mentioned. Great product. The AVR200 is an even better deal at about 600 used if you have speakers that will work with 70 watts (five channels only; not 7.1). I owned one for a bit and sold it as I wanted the 7.1 capability. I miss the Arcam and should have kept it as I will probably never move to 7.1. The wife is less than supportive of additional speakers.
The cheap solution is "Looping in" a receiver into an "auxilary or bypass/tape/monitor input", which would power the rest of your speakers, and add processing.
HOWEVER, for simple improved movie sound from your existing system, I'd simply add a Digital process to your mix, looping that in instead....thus keeping the system 2 channel. You can then add a necessary sub, and get all the processing you NEED for DD/DTS. You can't get the same dynamic sound simply processing in a DVD player, etc...it's not as good...and you need a processor of some sort for movies via DD/DTS.