After 17 years, my beloved Kenwood KR-V5560 is saying goodbye. It has been an excellent receiver for so long, it truly does feel like a pet passing away. So I've got outdated technology in my system. I know this. Do I have to replace my speakers as well as my receiver? I have CRS-15 (also Kenwood) for my center speaker and my rear surrounds (I think they were a package deal, seeing as the two surround units are small and squarish, and the center is wide and rectangular but they all share the same model). My front two speakers are KS-H72 (Kenwoods) and they also serve as the theater subwoofers (they've got 12"s in the cabinets). Yes, my stuff is nearly fossilized, I know, BUT the speakers still work well. As you can see by my avatar, I'm on a very strict budget. I'm by no means a purist or an audiophile, but I can't stand listening to my TV with just the TV speakers. I've got a beautiful Samsung LED HDTV that I'd love to hang on the wall with a single HDMI from a receiver that would accommodate video as well as audio (my old Kenwood was audio only). Also, I'd like to run the cable behind the drywall, too. Are you ready for the best part? I want to keep the entire project under $300. Impossible?! Nothing is impossible for brilliant people like all of you. Let's hear the idea of what I can/should do. Thanks in advance!