My college-age son has convinced me to accept online music, so I am moving out the MX130 and replacing it with a Peachtree Nova, Sonos ZP90, and a used 32 gigabyte iPod Touch (4th gen), all wirelessly connected to our iMac with a terabyte of space. But I resist total immersion into internet and kept my SD/A-360. I was delighted to find the ol' SD/A-360 has an optical jack, which I can use with the new Peachtree! Very cool. I can listen to radio stations located anywhere on the planet via internet streaming, but I just cannot not totally give in to this internet witchcraft, so I picked up a Carver TX-8 tuner to slip between the SD/A-360 and the Peachtree. Pairs of PSB and KEF speakers round it out, and that'll be my set-up when all the pieces arrive. It will just be stereo audio. I am not going down the home theatre route.
A couple of questions, which perhaps should be posted elsewhere in the forum. I haven't explored, yet.
Where can I find a manual for the TX-8 tuner? pdf or photocopy is fine!
Is a remote the difference between the TX-8r and TX-8?
Is the TX-14 a substantial improvement over the TX-8?