Originally Posted by Robinson_A
NAD is an excellent choice given the gear you already have. NAD and Dynaudio is quite nice sounding. If you go NAD go with the BEE product numbers for they are some of the best sounding gear NAD has ever made. You may look to Parasound HALO products (good used prices on Audiogon). Also, Arcam makes a great entry level player (again good price on Audiogon). I once had a NAD ???BEE CD player mated to a Parasound Halo P3 preamp going to a variety of different amps and achieved stellar results. Another option is Musical Fidelity's older A series line up of components.
You could go integrated amp and CD player as well. An older Krell Integrated with a older Krell CD player would be great with Dynaudio.
I agree with Andrew the NAD BEE product lines are amazing for the price.
I'd also suggest a Rega CD Player to go with the NAD Pre-Amp.
Also see if you can find a Wadia integrated CD player (CD Player & Pre-Amp in one unit) if you can find one in that price range on Audiogon I'd buy it in a heartbeat.
If you want the assurance of new, the NAD, Rega, and Arcam units are all really good and have great synergy with Dynaudio.