1 Toddfan 11 months ago I have to admit it....for probably the last 15 years my Stereo system was packed away in boxes...when vinyl was supplanted by CD's most of my LP's went into the basement (eventually most were sold off). Then most of my listening sessions happened via the Car CD player (and, I had nice ones!) but the wife factor and the fact that it wasn't being used eventually put my Stereo system into the basement with the vinyl.Well...life situations change, and now I don't drive to work...so, I no longer listen in the car. I also now have a dedicated guitar / computer / music room........................soooooooooo....I pulled out my old Mirage Omni250 Tower Speakers, got a new belt for the Techniques turntable (and, a new stylus), hooked up an unused BluRay player for spinning CD's, got out the Pioneer Reel-to-Reel, hooked up the Onkyo Cassette deck and...due to water damage...bought a new Pioneer Elite SX-N30 Network Receiver.Now, I am happily listening to music again! Sometimes I spin some vinyl, I listened to a few old reel-to-reel tapes I had made back in the day, tried a Cassette of a live show (and, the player immediately "ate" it)....but, most of my source material comes from my Computer...I previously ripped all of my CD's to the hard drive, and I've got a few of those HD and FLAC music files (those sound really good!).But, now I have the bug to upgrade...lol. I've got some things in mind, but am still "researching". I will stay 2-Channel (no surround sound) but I definitely want a better CD / SACD player (gosh, those have gotten EXPENSIVE!). And, I may get a new Receiver or Integrated Amp, and I'm thinking about a new Cartridge / Stylus for the turntable (although my Techniques limits me to P-Mount cartridges)....while I do not consider myself an "audiophile", I do like "good" sound and I can (unfortunately) tell when something sounds bad...so, we'll see how things progress (I've already got the "guitar GAS" rabbit hole that I'm in...I don't need a new additional "rabbit hole" to travel through!)So....how many of you still have a home stereo system that you use for music listening? I'd love to hear about your set-ups!