Wireless music streaming player (WiFi, not Bluetooth). Bought it new, but the wireless app is glitchy and undependable. Sounds good when it works.
>50 wpc integrated amp
Sound Dynamics RTS-3
Quoting a quote: 'Harry Pearson in The Absolute Sound gives the RTS-3 its Golden Ear Award and proclaims, "It's disgusting how good this little speaker is. I told myself: People are going to think you're crazy. I mean: It's a two-way system, plain-looking as home-made fudge, and it costs but $280 the pair. Get serious!" '
Roku Labs 2
Update: Got it streaming Tidal and Spotify now from a little Roku box. Had to pull out an old unused 20" Dynex TV to do that. I keep a drop cloth over the system when idle, or when we're creating dust.
Separate components gone now, to a family member. Replaced with the Peachtree. It's the best I've heard from a semi-portable all-in-one, but like others in that category, it's "stereo" in name only - once you're more than arms length away, it's effectively mono or wide mono. It will do just fine for the garage, and its wireless wifi streaming works very smoothly. But its modest predecessor (the NAD + Sound Dynamics stereo system) had more range and realness, and better imaging/soundstaging.