OK, here's the situation. In anticipation of retirement, my parents are moving into a smaller place in a couple weeks. The previous owners had a whole-house, in-wall speaker set-up installed (Bang&Olaf.), all controlled from their family room. Of course, they are taking the components and leaving the speakers, which my folks would like to take advantage of. They are not A/Vphiles by any stretch of the imagination, but do have these needs: - receiver - tape deck - DVD player (I already know enough to guide them on this) - CD player (changer would be nice, not required) - Dad would like a turntable, but it's not required Here's the catch: don't want to spend a fortune. We're talkin' $500 or so if we can get away with it. Speakers aren't set up for surround, so it doesn't even need DD/DTS, but needs to be able to handle all the ins/outs. Actually, we'll probably just hook the VCR/DVD directly to the TV (VCR via coax, DVD via composites) if push comes to shove. Only got a brief look at the current setup during a walkthrough. House speakers are divided into zones with a switch box which I assume is directing a single audio out from the receiver. I know little about the current state of audio receivers and components; haven't really been into that for 10 years or so. Any advice, especially regarding the receiver? Are there decent CD changer/receiver combos on the market that won't break the bank? Thanks!