FS: Pioneer VSX-D811S Receiver, DTS-ES, DD-EX, 100x6, 7.1 capable

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  1. Stephen Hopkins

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    I'm selling my 3 month old Pioneer VSX-D811S Receiver. It's in perfect condition with no functional or cosmetic problems. It sounds great and is a very nice entry level receiver, or would make a great pre/pro for those looking to to upgrade to the latest formats.
    I'm asking $300 + SH. It will ship double boxed in the original packaging and another box for protection.
    If you are interested or have any questions, feel free to email me at [email protected] . I can also send pictures of the receiver if you would like to see them.
    Here are the specifications from the manufacturer's website:
    Want a spectacular surround sound experience? The VSX-D811S delivers, with 6.1-channel Dolby Digital EX and DTS-ES Discrete surround sound decoding, plus the new DTS NEO 6 music and cinema surround decoding. And, Crystal digital signal processing and 96kHz/24-bit digital-to-analog conversion provide extraordinarily pure, clean audio reproduction of music and movies. The VSX-D811S delivers 100 watts x 2 (stereo) and a full 100 watts x 6 (surround), with pre-amp output for all channels. To complete the big picture, you get Dual Surround Back terminals for 7.1 speaker set-up and 7.1-channel inputs, plus component video switching (2 inputs/1 output) and 5 digital inputs/1 digital output (optical). A pre-programmed Smart Remote is provided.
    Power
    Stereo: 100 Watts x 2
    Surround: 100 Watts x 6
    Digital Decoding and Processing
    Crystal Digital Signal Processing
    DTS-ES Discrete 6.1 Decoding
    DTS NEO 6: Music & Cinema Surround Decoding
    Dolby Digital EX 6.1 Surround Decoding
    Pro-Logic II Music & Movie Surround Decoding
    96kHz/24-Bit Digital to Analog Conversion
    5 Advanced Surround Modes
    Expanded 6.1
    6-Channel Stereo
    Music
    Movie
    Virtual Surround Back
    Midnight Mode
    Connectivity
    DVD-Audio Ready
    7.1 Channel Inputs
    Pre-Amp Output ALL Channels
    5 Digital Inputs (3 optical/2 coaxial back, 1 optical front) / 1 Digital Out (optical)
    Inputs - 4 Audio/4 Audio/Video
    CD
    AUX
    CDR/TAPE/MD
    TUNER
    DVD/LD
    TV/SAT
    VCR/DVR
    VIDEO (Front Panel)
    Outputs - 1 Audio/1 Audio Video/1 Video
    CDR/TAPE Audio Output
    VCR/DVR Audio/Video Output
    Monitor Video Output
    Component Video Switching (2 Inputs/1 Output)
    TV/SAT Input
    DVD/LD Input
    Monitor Output
    S-Video (4 Inputs/2 Outputs)
    DVD/LD Input
    TV/SAT Input
    VCR/DVR Input
    Video (Front Panel) Input
    VCR/DVR Output
    Monitor Output
    Independent A/B Speaker Switching
    Heavy Duty Banana Speaker Binding Posts
    Dual Surround Back Speaker Terminals for 7.1 Speaker Set-up
    Convenience
    Front Panel Quick Set-Up w/ Jog Control
    Auto Signal Select
    30 Preset AM/FM Digital Tuner
    AM/FM Station Name Input
    Semi-Dot Matrix Display
    Front Panel Door
    Preprogrammed and Smart Remote
    TV
    VCR
    DVD
    Cable Box
    Digital Satellite Tuner
    Multi-CD Control
    Warranty
    1 Year Parts and Labor Warranty
    Dimensions
    Width: 16-9/16"
    Height: 6-4/16"
    Depth: 15-6/16"
     
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    selling so soon stephen? what are you getting instead?
     
  3. Stephen Hopkins

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    Most likely a used Denon 3801, but there's a possibility that i could pick up a used Onkyo 797. Either way i think it will be a pretty big step up.
     
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    bump
     
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    Bump. Would trade with cash for Denon 3801 or 2802. If you're looking to upgrade your current Denon, you could trade it and get a great receiver for a bedroom or second system and pocket some cash [​IMG]
     
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    somebody?
     
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    Moderator,

    Please remove the preceding post by Justin H. It violates section 2 of the Hardware Sale/Trade section of the HT Forum which states the following:

     
  11. Justin H

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    I agree with Stephen. The post is out of line. I assure you I didn't intend on undermining the sale in any way. I apologize to you, Stephen, and the other members for posting without understanding the user agreement fully. I accept full responsibility.

    I should also mention that at the time of the post I was under the impression that crazy eddie was an authorized dealer. I was clearly mistaken and don't recommend purchasing from such dealers. Again, I apologize. I will delete the post if my priveleges allow.
     

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