It's probably going to be voted cold straight away because it's not an Onkyo/Sony and because it's over £100, but it may be of use to a couple of people, and that's good enough for me.
NAD D7050 is normally £799
PSB Imagine Mini are normally £349 (discounted)
So you're effectively getting the speakers for free.
You'll essentially get:
- NAD quality, 2x 50W that sound like a lot more
- Bluetooth (AptX), async USB, network connectivity, digital inputs, one analogue input
- two pretty decent speakers (albeit with limited bass response, but look at them, they're so cute!)
I've had the smaller brother (D3020) at home for a couple of days and it struck me how much controlled, quality power it could put out for its measly 2x 30W rating. I did a small review here: https://www.avforums.com/threads/nad-d-3020-mini-review.1817879/
Since the D7050 is more powerful, you'll be in good hands for pretty much anything bar loud parties or something like that. Reviews:http://www.goodsound.com/index.php/equipment-reviews/588-nad-d-7050-integrated-amplifier-dachttp://www.whathifi.com/nad/d-7050/reviewhttp://www.6moons.com/audioreviews2/nad/1.html
The PSB Imagine Mini are also quite well reviewed, and although no competition for bigger floorstanders, they're no shrinking violet and will probably impress you too. The plus side is that they're really rather small! Reviews:https://www.avforums.com/review/psb-imagine-mini-review.9852http://www.stereophile.com/content/psb-imagine-mini-loudspeakerhttp://www.head-fi.org/t/574431/review-psb-imagine-mini-speakers