FS/FT: Sony "Dream System" DAV-S300 & Pioneer DV-414 DVD player

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  1. Chris_A_C

    Chris_A_C Auditioning

    Jun 8, 2003
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    Just upgraded the HT so it's time to get rid of the old equipment.

    I have all the original equipment for both units.

    Sony DAV-S300 - Dream System (first model ever made under this brand)

    These go for around $300 on ebay and up to $600 on amazon. I'm asking $200 + shipping or BO

    Technical data:

    DVD: Yes
    Changer type: DVD/CD: single-disc drawer
    Disc capacity: 1
    Dolby Digital output: Yes
    DTS (Digital Theater Systems) output: Yes
    Dolby Digital decoding: Yes
    DTS (Digital Theater Systems) surround decoding: Yes
    Simulated surround mode: Yes
    Analog-audio stereo inputs: 2 pairs plus subwoofer output
    Analog-audio stereo outputs: 1 pair
    Composite-video inputs: 2
    Composite-video outputs: 2 (one monitor out)
    Component-video outputs: No
    Coaxial digital-audio outputs: 0
    S-video outputs: 1
    Sets of front left/right speaker outputs: 1
    Dedicated subwoofer outputs: 1
    Headphone jack: Yes (3.5 mm)
    Speaker terminals: Proprietary
    Shuffle play: Yes
    Repeat play: Disc, chapter, title (DVD); all, track (CD)
    Onscreen display (OSD): Yes (setup)
    Station presets: 20 FM and 10 AM
    Display: Backlit LCD
    Remote control: Full-function, push-button, one-touch play
    Programmable: Yes
    Digital-to-analog converter: 1 bit
    Digital oversampling: 8x
    Digital amplifier: Class T
    Power output (stereo): 30 watts per channel (front speakers), into 3 ohms from 120 to 10 kHz with 0.1 percent THD
    Power output (surround): 30 watts per channel (front speakers), 30 wpc (surround), 30 wpc (center); into 3 ohm from 120 to 10 kHz with 0.1 percent THD
    THD (stereo): 0.1 percent
    THD (surround, all channels driven): 0.1 percent
    Number of speakers: 6
    Speaker type: Home theater (5 satellites, 1 subwoofer)
    Drivers: 2.75 inches (70 millimeters)
    Woofers (diameter): Satellites: 2.75; subwoofer: 7 inches
    Video shielded: Yes
    In the box: Sony DAVS300 DVD/CD player, 5 Sony SS-TS300 speakers, 1 Sony SS-WS300 subwoofer, remote control, user's manual
    Width: DVD Player: 14; satellite speakers: 3.75; subwoofer: 6.25 inches
    Height: DVD Player: 2.75; satellite speakers: 4; subwoofer: 14 inches
    Depth: DVD Player: 14.25; satellite speakers: 4; subwoofer: 14 inches
    Weight: DVD Player: 8; satellite speakers: 1; subwoofer: 11 pounds
    Warranty, parts: 1 year
    Warranty, labor: 1 year

    Pioneer DVD-414

    The listed retail price of the unit is: $525.00

    It is listed on Amazon.com today for $399.00

    I am asking $100 + shipping or BO

    Listed below is the facts and specs for the DV-414 player:
    DTS Compatible
    Component Video Output x 1
    New Video LSI for improved data reading and decoding, and a shortened signal path
    Video CD playback capability
    Performance Features

    96kHz sampling frequency, 24 bit resolution Audio D/A Converter
    Pioneer Exclusive Viter-Bi RF Decoding process for improved error correcting capability
    Newly developed Accurate Digital Servo for precise data reading
    Automatic Gain Level Adjustment minimizes jitter of individual discs
    10 Bit Video Processing re-quantizes 8 bit video data to 10 bit video data prior to D/A conversion process
    Twin-wave Pickup
    Convenience Features

    Condition Memory for DVD recalls set-up conditions such as Language, Subtitle, Aspect Ratio and Mode for up to 30 discs
    Last Memory for DVD recalls last scene played and set-up conditions for 5 DVDs
    Graphic User Interface
    Output Terminals

    AC-3 Bit Stream / PCM Optical Output
    AC-3 Bit Stream / PCM Coaxial Output
    Analog Audio Output x 1
    S Video Output x 1
    Composite Video Output
    Component Video Out x 1

    I would also condsider trades. Mostly PC hardware, DVD's, and video games are what I am into. LMK what you have, you may be surprised.

    I can take pics for anyone interested. PM is the best way to contact me, though email and AIM work too.

    Chris C.
  2. Chris_A_C

    Chris_A_C Auditioning

    Jun 8, 2003
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    Both Sold locally. Thanks for everyone who looked at this thread.


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