Originally Posted by pnutpug
Sell it. Use the money to buy a better quality system. As we've discussed, nothing can touch B&O in the aesthetics department, but there is much better stuff out there when it comes to audio quality. In the end, it depends on your priorities. Mine would be what is best for my ears.
I'm currently rocking PSB Bookshelfs, an HRT DAC (the most important piece), one of Velodyne's higher end subs (forgot the model), and an old Denon receiver. It kicks ass. Total cost to me was $175. (If you couldn't tell, audio has been a hobby of mine much longer than thrifting)
Anyways... my point is... Take the $1500 (or more if you wait on it), build a nicer sounding system on the cheap, and pocket the money. Just my $.02