Hi All. Its time to do some housecleaning and I've got some used but very good equipment for sale. See if there is something you like and let me know! 1. Toshiba SD-5109 Progressive Scan DVD player. About 2 years old but in mint condition. Only used for about 1 year until I replaced it. Dual trays and a great picture made this a standout player when it was introduced. I have the original box, manual and remote. Asking $150 shipped 2. Proscan PS8086Z interlaced DVD player. Proscan's top model at the end of the Divx ( spit,spit) reign of terror. Player has Divx logo but modem was pulled by Proscan prior to shipping to retailers. Not a refs but factory fresh. I've used for about 6 months prior to acquiring the Toshiba. Produces a very nice picture and has always performed extremely well for me. I have the original box, manual and remote. SOLD 3. Onkyo TX-SV515PROII Prologic receiver. Excellent condition. 80 WPC for Left, Center and Right. 20 WPC Rear channel(s). The PROII included a sub Line-out. Typical Onkyo quality sound. Manual can be downloadedHere Includes original box, manual and remote. Asking $80 shipped 4. Pioneer VSX-D608 DD/DTS Receiver. Mint condition. Rated at 100 WPC all channels at 1 Khz. Very good sound and very easy to use and setup. Heads-up remote is very user- friendly. More info can be found on Pioneer's websitehere. Again, I have the box, manual and remote for this baby. SOLD 5. Quasar LD500 LaserDisc player. Very good condition. Rebadged Panasonic LX-101 which there is info here. Works very well as a CD player also. Asking $50 shipped to lower 48 only. 6. Behringer DSP 1124P Feedback Destroyer. I bought this from another HTF member about 2 months ago but I haven't even opened it up yet. The more I read about the setup, the more I realize that I don't have the time right now. Someday I'll get into it and I'll wish I had held onto it.:b I just don't need it right now. I'll sell it for what I paid- SOLD Email me or PM me with any questions you may have on any of this gear. Sorry the post is so long but I figured it would be easier to track and edit one post instead of six.