I feel old NADs (green displays from the 80s) are one of the greatest values in hi-fi today. You have to spend a lot more to get that quality of a pre-amp piece, which is why the phono stage, headphone section, etc sound so good and warm. I ran a 7240PE for a long, long time. When I finally bumped up to separates, which is what I dreamed of doing for as long as I could remember, the first thing I noticed was the big difference in phono stages. This was a long time ago, before people collected vintage gear. There's a part of me that was always sorry to see the NAD go, but it was time. For people not wanting to fly into the 4-figure markets, I always recommend those NADs. They're a steal for what they sell for today. They might not be the coolest looking gear (I happen to like their minimalist approach, but I know the fashionistas prancing around as vintage gear buyers want something more flashy for their room decor), but shouldn't fidelity come first? Don't answer that. I see people spending $1000s of dollars on reissued vinyl, that can still be found in early and superior pressings for $5 per, and then playing them on USB turntables and "systems" that are little more than pretty-colored toys made for young adults. Sound quality is an afterthought...a distant priority, if you will. DUHr.
I can't speak to the rest of that gear, but NADs...golden to my ears. I use an old pair of AKG-240s when I need headphones. At $100 (at the time), they were difficult to beat. An awful lot of recording studios used those as their reference, which is a big reason I decided on them.