Most components have been around for a while. Recent additions include the Funk Firm turntable, VTA phono preamp, and SVS sub. The system plays music and makes me happy. Tubes and analog are my preferences. The Reference 3A speakers are pure magic and they love the SET amp.
The DeCapos would fit nicely in a large bedroom. The Granite Audio sounds amazing. Classic 300B architecture without tricks and with big heavy transformers. 8 watts that sing, and they make the DeCapos sound great. I have never noticed any interaction whatsoever between the stereo and the piano.
Thanks for the nice comments. I especially appreciate the "Everything you need for great sound and nothing you don't!". SET amps are wonderful, but speakers must be efficient. I've run the speakers with 40 watts EL34 tube power and 250 watts solid state, but the midrange of the SET sound is warm and revealing. Funk Firm is from the same designer that did the Pink Triangle turntables in the 80s and 90s, Arthur Khoubesserian. Some interesting design features including idler pulleys that even belt tension on the table drive (they call it Vector Drive), and a tone arm with a moveable mass that can accommodate cartridges with different compliance specifications.
Very nice! Everything you need for great sound and nothing you don't! Clean, well planned, and versatile. I bet it sounds great! I am intrigued by the SET amps, but have never tried one. Thanks for posting.