Hi there. I have a Luxman L80V I bought refurbished a long time ago. It works well except for the main volume which is crackly until it warms up. I was running some average speakers with it - Wharfdales. I'm a musician and I know what good sound is and I have a home studio with some expensive equipment. I don't have a den. I have a lounge full of stuff my kids use. A Sony TV and a Kenwood AV amp with a Jamo 5.1 system, Playstations, iPads etc. I never seem to get to listen to music at home except in my studio. It's always in the car or on headphones. So much music I listen to is in a compressed format. I do have a lot of CD's and that's what I was using the Luxman for. I just found it a bit too difficult to integrate into the plethora of stuff in the lounge. I need a new A/V amp with more HDMI inputs so I'm considering selling it. No - I won't ask for a price on something in my first post. What I want to know is if I should keep it. I just have so little room. Four drums kits and a piano; guitars etc. This amp doesn't get used much and it seems a shame. I think someone should be enjoying it in a clutter free room with decent speakers. This will sound like heresy here, but most musicians I know don't really sit down to listen to music a lot. If I get that time, I'm cooking or I will go and practice or work on endless mixes I seem to attract. I suppose I could put it in my studio but I only have powered speakers - Genelecs in there. This amp is like my analog synth modules. Not doing much. Do you think I pass it on? All electronics wear out right? I will probably just buy a new Yamaha A/V amp and never use this thing. Just don't want to regret it later. Thanks for listening. Nice to be in the company of real music lovers anyway.