Although it will mostly be relegated to use with my Roku & Blu-Ray players I will have a Raspberry Pi 3 running RetroPIE hooked up so I figure it fits here. I am looking for an inexpensive but decent 5.1 surround system for my house. Currently we have an old Sony 5 disc DVD 5.1 system we got from my brother-in-law with only an optical audio input. I would really prefer something with a HDMI switch built in and without any sort of Blu-Ray or DVD player built in. So far it seems like most of the lower end ones have one or the other built in which I don't want. I don't need great sound quality since most of the time it will be playing audio for children's shows or older TV shows that didn't offer 5.1 sound when they were new. To be honest, I would love to spend no more then $250 on it so let me know if my requirements and wants are out of touch with that price. I thought of the RCA system Walmart has for $158 but the reviews are really bad so I won't go that way (again, mostly used for children's shows just want 5.1 for movies when the wife and I are able to watch them).