My 3-box small-form-factor (half-width) bedroom system hasn't been used for a few years (I am the original owner) and is now up for grabs:
Musical Fidelity X-T100 hybrid integrated amp (sweet tube preamp section with solid state power amplification) with matching X-Ray v8 CD player, both sharing the Triple-X power supply and remote control, complete with manual and original boxes. Sounds and looks great, with no known issues. I only replaced it a few years back since I wanted a universal disc player and an integrated amp with a built in DAC.
Stereophile (11/15/2007) said this integrated amp has "a punchy, ostensibly powerful sound with decent onboard phono capabilities and very good styling." And Sam Tellig mentioned that "When you buy the X-T100 and X-RayV8 together, your price for each (sharing the power supply) is about $1500. The line-level preamp stage alone is worth that much."
Dimensions: 8.5" (220mm) W by 3.3" (85mm) H by 13.1" (335mm) D. Weight: 8.5 lbs (3.85kg).
Price: $1,500 with Triple-X power supply; $3,000 including also the matching X-Ray v8 CD player.
Description: Solid-state integrated amplifier with tubed preamplifier stage and outboard power supply. Tube complement: two ECC 88. Phono inputs: 1. Line inputs: 3. Input impedances: 47k ohms phono, 220k ohms line. Outputs: one pair of speaker terminals; preamplifier and tape outputs on RCA jacks. Power output: 50Wpc into 8 ohms (17dBW, but see "Measurements" sidebar), 80Wpc into 4 ohms (16dBW). Frequency response: 20Hz–20kHz, +0/–0.2dB. Preamplifier output impedance: 47 ohms. Damping factor: 80 (equivalent to an output impedance of 0.1 ohm).