My living room is an exercise in how to get good sound using solid, long-lasting components. The heart of the system is a pair of Infinity RS-3000 speakers I was given when we got married. I had to refoam them a few years back, but they still sound great. I picked up a JBL CSS10 sub a few weeks ago to replace a Klipsch I moved to the bedroom. These are driven by a Yamaha RX-V661. This amp is old enough to have S-video inputs, but new enough to support HDMI. On top of the cabinet are the youngsters. There is an XBox One X doing Bluray and streaming duty, along with a Leelbox for on-air TV and streaming. Then there is a stack of old, great sounding, legacy equipment. At the top is a ten-disk Sony CDP-C90ES. I lusted after this decades ago, but got it free about a year ago when a local estate sale just gave everything left away. Next is the Yamaha KX-800U three head tape deck. This is the toughest deck I have ever seen. I bought it new in 1988. A couple of years ago, I took it to the local electronics repair place for a tune-up - its first. They found nothing wrong with it! Last, but not least, is my tank of an S-VHS VCR, a JVC HR-S6800U. I had to recap the power supply, but it just keeps running and the rubber never dies. I plan to get some rear, and maybe side, speakers to properly use the surround system. Until then, it already sounds great.