With the virus out roaming the streets my unused lunch money is adding up and I'm itching to stimulate the economy. Hoping you'll weigh in with suggestions...last year I pulled my music listening off the home theater set-up and am currently listening through Martin Logan bookshelf speakers (LX16) and an old Denon AVR1400 I had in storage. I bought a Uturn Orbit and a Schitt Mani and have built up a small vinyl collection. Bass was a little lacking so I ran a cable to my HSU VTF-2 MK4 (on the home theater system) but it's way too much and I don't want to mess with the sub settings. I have that dialed in for TV and movies. My initial thought was to buy an SVS SB2000 Pro for the music system and then later, if I want to upgrade the sound, buy a 2 channel receiver instead of the Denon AVR. However, now I'm wondering if I should just save up more money and buy floor speakers instead of the sub and receiver. Might be able to use the floor speakers on my home theater too. Thoughts? My goal is sound quality. Mostly I listen to classic rock and some new stuff...then blues and soul. A budget of $1200ish. This whole system got built because a buddy bought me an album and I didn't have a turntable. I can't justify spending too much. Thanks!