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#1 of 5 SteveMs

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Posted April 01 2008 - 11:30 PM

Hi all. I'm selling my Denon AVR-2805 since I just bought a Denon 3808ci. This unit is silver and looks fantastic.

With this receiver you'll get the original remote, antenna, power cord, and microphone for setup. I do not have the original box, but the unit will be professionally packaged to arrive in perfect condition. The remote is barely used as I prefer to use my Harmony remote.

Price is $350 and $30 for US shipping. Contact me for a a price to ship to Canada. Shipping will be via either FedEx Express or FedEx Ground and the unit will be insured.

You can see Denon's page on this unit here: Denon USA | Archived AV Receivers

Here are the specifications:

7.1 A/V Receiver with Dolby Digital Surround EX, Dolby Pro Logic IIx & DTS ES Discrete 6.1
• Dolby Digital Surround EX, Pro Logic IIx decoding with Cinema, Music and Game Modes
• dts ES Discrete 6.1 and Matrix 6.1 decoding
• dts Neo:6 Stereo to Surround decoding
• dts ES 96/24 5.1 decoding for DVD Video
• Analog Devices HammerHead SHARC 32 bit floating point DSP processor
• New 7.1 channel Auto-Setup and Room EQ function with included DENON microphone DM-S305
• 7 Channels equal power amplifier section
• 100 watts per channel (8 ohms, 20 Hz-20 kHz, <.05%THD)
• 135 watts per channel (6 ohms, 1 kHz, <.7%THD)
• 16 Analog Devices, 24 bit, 192 kHz high resolution DACs on all eight channels, in differential configuration
• Real 24 bit, 96 kHz Digital Interface Receiver
• 24 bit, 96 kHz A/D conversion on all Stereo analog inputs (Not EXT. Inputs)
• Pure Direct mode defeats Video, Front Panel Display circuitry and with Analog sources the Digital circuitry
• ALPHA 24 Processing on Front Channels
• Adjustable High and Low Pass Crossover (40/60/80/100/120/150/200/250Hz)
• 3 Assignable Component Video inputs (100MHz Bandwidth)
• Video Conversion of Composite to S-Video and/or to Component, with on-screen display
• 7 sets composite and "S" video inputs
• 7.1 external wide bandwidth (100 kHz) inputs for multi-channel formats, such as DVD-Audio and Super Audio CD
• 5/6/7 Channel Stereo
• Digitally regulated volume control with .5dB increment adjustments and step range of -80 to +15
• Audio Delay adjustment to match audio signals with video signals(0-200ms)
• Personal Memory Plus
• 7 assignable digital inputs (5 Optical, 2 Coaxial) • 2 Optical digital outputs
• 11 analog inputs including built-in AM/FM tuner
• True 2 Source, 2 Zone functionality with Discrete Power, Source Select and Volume control for each zone
• (1)Multi-Zone stereo pre-amp level audio outputs, fixed or variable level
• (1) Multi-Zone Composite Video output
• Power Amplifier Assign function, lets you assign 2 of the 7 amp channels to drive Zone 2 speakers directly
• Direct Access Tuner presets by remote
• Glo-Key pre-programmed remote control with learning function
• RS-232C Port for Third Party Control Systems
• Remote I/O ports • Assignable +12v triggers (2) • Detachable Power cord
• Dimensions: 17.1"w x 6.7"h x 16.4"d
Weight 30 lbs

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Posted April 02 2008 - 11:34 AM

Here are some pics of the unit:

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Posted April 05 2008 - 01:36 AM

BUMP

This is a great receiver folks.

$350 and I'll pick up the shipping.

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Posted April 08 2008 - 05:43 AM

New Price: $330 shipped anywhere in the US.

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Posted April 15 2008 - 11:52 AM

Price Reduced to $300 (including shipping).

Makes a great first or even second receiver.




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