Ok. I have a dilema. My systems consist of...
1. Upstairs...Decent mid range hifi system fronted by squeezebox->DAC
2. Upstairs...37" Philips TV with an old Yamaha E800 driving centre and surrounds and my hifi the front.
3. Computer system. A pair of old MS902 speakers, Beresford 7520 DAC and for the moment an (ailing) t-amp (which is surprisingly great...but on its way out.
4. Downstairs 40" Sony, Arcam amp and MS902S speakers, squeezebox
I will soon need a new amp upstairs (PC system). With the quality of the current T-amp I had thought about replacing it with the Temple Audio Bantam gold at £180, but I wonder if I am better served to kill 2 birds with one stone and get an AV receiver, and use the Arcam upstairs in my PC system.
Essentially I am looking at an AV receiver for no more than £300 that will sound ok with music and give me the ability to add a centre speaker and sub downstairs. I won't be adding surrounds, as to be honest they annoy me unless I'm watching a film.
My first thoughts were the Yamaha RX-V367 or 467... Any ideas?