FS Sony DA-4ES 7.1 Receiver $500

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  1. Stephen Hopkins

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    I'm selling a nearly new Sony DA-4ES receiver. It was purchased in March and I started using it in June. It's a great receiver. I still have the original box, remote, all the paper work, and the original sales receipt. I can provide pictures for those interested, but it is in perfect condition.

    It has 4 years and 7 months left on it's 5 year warranty and it was purchased from Sammans, which is an authorized dealer.

    I'm asking $500 + shipping from 40456 or it could be picked up in Mt. Vernon, KY before Aug 15 or in Atlanta, GA after Aug 15 (School's just around the corner [​IMG]). Shipping would be around $60 (it weighs 55lb) depending on location.

    E-Mail any questions to [email protected] or contact me through AIM at nehpets4627.

    Thanks [​IMG]

    Key specifications are as follows:

    - dual 32-bit processors for surround decoding (Dolby Digital EX, DTS-ES, Pro Logic II, DTS 96/24), DTS Neo:6 and Digital Cinema Sound modes
    - 110 watts x 7 into 8 ohms (20-20,000 Hz) at 0.05% THD
    - multi-brand LCD remote with macros
    - dual-room/dual-source A/V capability (composite video and
    - stereo preamp output for second room)
    - video conversion (composite to S-video)
    - 7.1-channel preamp output
    - 5.1 and 7.1-channel inputs
    - RS-232C port
    - component video switching: 2 in, 1 out (50MHz bandwidth)
    - digital inputs: 4 optical and 2 coaxial
    - optical digital output
    - 4 audio (including phono) and 5 A/V (including 1 front panel and 5 S-video) inputs
    - stereo and multichannel analog direct modes
    - digital and video power management
    - Control A1II & S
    - on-screen display (requires TV with direct video input)
    - OP (Optimum Pre-amplification) Processing ensures a high signal-to-noise ratio at all volume levels
    - wide-range frequency response
    - frame-and-beam chassis
    - Sf (S-fin) heat sinks
    - over-sized power supply and transformers
    - aluminum front panel
    - two 12V triggers
    - IR repeater: 1 in, 2 out
    - 2 sets of main speaker outputs
    - banana plug-compatible terminals for all speakers
    - 16-7/8"W x 6-15/16"H x 19-11/16"D
     
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    Why are you selling?
     
  3. Stephen Hopkins

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    Making a slight upgrade while the money is available (i'm about to be back in poor college kid mode in about a week). Thanks for the interest [​IMG]
     
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    I'll take it.
     
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    I emailed you Jonathan, Sale Pending [​IMG]
     
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    Let me know if this sale falls through. I emailed you yesterday - the guy from WV. Thanks.
     
  7. Stephen Hopkins

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    Receiver is sold.

    Thanks for the interest [​IMG]
     

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