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#139279 - 07/21/06 01:38 AM Re: Vintage 2 Channel Stereo Receiver [Re: cgolf]
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Registered: 12/29/05
Posts: 3301
Loc: Central,California
These receivers are addictive, still waiting for my pioneer sx-880 to get here for my outdoor sytem, but Fedex delivered my sx-780 today. I set it up in the guest bedroom hooked it up to the existing dvd-cd player in the room with some JBL E20 speakers and it sounds great. $73.00 for receiever, $44.00 for refurbished speakers from Harmon on e-bay, $14.00 omnimount speaker stands, $131.00 total for a great sounding system for our guests, priceless
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#139280 - 07/21/06 07:11 PM Re: Vintage 2 Channel Stereo Receiver [Re: cgolf]
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Registered: 06/27/02
Posts: 63
Loc: Freeland Wa.
Well I just got my 2nd Marantz today,model 2235B.I connected it to my M3s and it sounds great.I bought it from clasic audio,paid $300.00 but it looks like new.They went completely through it so it's very clean inside and out and all the bulbs work.Thats all for now ,4 receivers are enough

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#139281 - 07/21/06 07:42 PM Re: Vintage 2 Channel Stereo Receiver [Re: frzoll]
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Is that a ...website? (He asks, looking for more places to spend money he doesn't have...)
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#139282 - 07/21/06 08:13 PM Re: Vintage 2 Channel Stereo Receiver [Re: Ken.C]
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Registered: 12/29/05
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I linked it a page back, they sell, carry want ads and give valuations on vintage stereos.
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#139283 - 07/22/06 12:03 PM Re: Vintage 2 Channel Stereo Receiver [Re: HomeDad]
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Registered: 03/14/05
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I enjoy looking at Classic Audio for pricing and benchmarking what the different receivers are worth. I have found their prices to be pretty steep however. I have bought my units off ebay and have found great receivers for much less. I have a guy here in Houston who will service these for $55 a pop. He is my age (a remnant & survivor of the 60s-70s) so he not only enjoys working on them and does a great job but he apreciates the units and their sound. Yes, he is a blessing to have found!!!

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