Does anybody make ... A two-channel integrated amplifier or receiver with the following features:
1. 4-ohm speaker capability with 100+ watts/channel
2. Built in DAC with RCA, TOSLINK, & USB inputs
3. Audyssey or equivalent room correction
4. Flexible-frequency bass management with a dedicated subwoofer output
5. NO video switching, processing, or other video electronics in the box to mess with the analog signal
If no integrated amps or receivers are available, does anyone make a preamp with all the above features? Yes, I know I could buy an AV receiver/preamp that would have some of the above, but number 5 is, by definition, unavailable in the AV world, and number 1 is as rare as hen's teeth.
I've looked at the Outlaw Audio stereo receiver, but it lacks RCA & TOSLINK inputs for its DAC, and also lacks the electronic room correction. I'm hoping that youse gals (& guys) might know of a product that I'm overlooking?
Finally, the summary question... If no such 2-channel product is available (and I suspect that it's not), are the benefits of electronic room correction worth moving to the AV world for? I have a good stereo system, but think that my room is contributing far too much to the overall sound. Room treatment is not an option (spouse-acceptance factors). What say you, AVguide denizens?