No I don't mean the BBC show with the witchy woman, which actually was a cool social experiment about discrimination (age, gender, race) and game theory (when three players remained the strongest player always seemed to get voted off because the last player remaining won the money).
I mean 2 CH. setups. I am going to put mine together in the next week or so and will be looking for advice to improve my sound. The weakest link in the audio system seems to reduce the sound quality of every other component so posting everything from source, interconnect, receiver/preamp, interconnect, amplifier, speaker wire, speaker and subwoofer. List anything in the audio chain and hopefully some of the more experienced members here can help you/me get better sound, often times it doesn't have to break the bank (changing speaker position in the room can make a big difference in sound quality).
I mean this to be geared more toward beginner/intermediate and don't want to start arguments about cables etc. Just want to help people identify the limiting factor that might help them out.