I Need a DTS Processor!

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  1. Joachim Roperos

    Joachim Roperos Stunt Coordinator

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    Since cash is in short supply, I have any combination of these to trade:

    DVDs
    Dogma SE (sealed)
    Terminator 2 Judgment Day Ultimate
    Edition DVD-9 Version (rare & sealed)
    Hard Boiled Criterion (OOP, opened)
    Robocop Criterion (OOP, opened)
    Supergirl Limited Edition 3645 of 50000 (sealed)
    Repo Man Tin (sealed)

    LDs (opened)
    Daylight DTS
    Firestorm DTS
    Great Expectations DTS
    Mimic DTS
    Jurassic Park DTS
    The Lost World DTS
    Broken Arrow DTS
    Survivors of the Holocaust Signed by Spielberg (rare)

    PC Game
    Enter the Matrix (sealed)

    Hardware/Accessories
    Marantz Learning Remote RC 2000 MKII (cosmetically banged
    up, but works)

    Pentax K1000 Manual Camera w/ 50mm lens, flash, and
    Vivitar 75-300mm lens (the ultimate camera for student
    photographers). I will trade this for a decent 2-channel amp.

    Thanks for looking. If you have a tuner also you are not using, lets deal.

    Joachim
     
  2. Gregg Loewen

    Gregg Loewen Video Standards Instructor, THX Ltd.
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    Hi

    Will you sell your Mimic LD (dts) separately? Let me know, Ill also send an email.

    thanks!

    Gregg
     
  3. Jerry Klawiter

    Jerry Klawiter Screenwriter

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    Joachim,
    What about this Technics SH-AC500D ?
    Looks to be an attractive price.
    -Jerry
     
  4. Joachim Roperos

    Joachim Roperos Stunt Coordinator

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    Thanks for the info, Jerry, I'll check it out.

    -joachim
     
  5. Martice

    Martice Screenwriter

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    Although the Technics used to be the choice for budget HT decoding. It can't touch the below model:

    Klipsch DD5.1

    Here is is photo of mine in my system:

    Klipsch in my system

    Mind you, I've owned in the past the Marantz SR7000, Technics SH-AC500, Sony 333es, Harman Kardon 2.0 all for movie decoding. Infact, I sold the Harman Kardon to get the Klipsch and also had a lot of change left over. The Klipsch is more flexible in than the HK unkit believe it or not and it's a lot more flexible than the Technics.

    It's only $180.00 and with the savings you can hold on to all of your stuff.

    Good Luck
     

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