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Gregg Loewen

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I still have a couple of these units kicking around. They are new in the sealed boxes with USA warranty cards. $150 plus shipping of your choice from 04938, figure #14 pounds.
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**********This a sealed Sony SDP-E800 Preamp DD Processor with built in AC-3 Demodulator. This unit will not only provide you with LD AC-3 demodulation but also add an additional 3 digital inputs to your system.
**********The Sony SDP-E800 Dolby Digital Processor represents a remarkable value for converting your system to the latest surround sound technology. It uses full 24-bit processing and Sony's proprietary hybrid pulse digital-to-analog converters for clean, accurate sound. It senses the appropriate surround mode for the source you've selected and switches automatically. Sony builds in its Digital Cinema Sound System, which some listeners will find enhances the theater experience by simulating film studio dubbing stages. For the fullest enjoyment of Dolby Digital, Sony allows you to adjust which speakers receive the lowest bass, and the frequency at which the adapter directs the bass to the subwoofer(s) or low frequency effects speaker. The true digital volume control does not degrade sound quality, as some poorly designed digital volume controls might. Best of all, a computer software-like set-up "wizard" guides you through installation.
For use with Receivers or Amplifiers equipped with 5.1-channel inputs
Dolby Digital and Dolby Pro Logic decoding
24-bit digital processing
Six Sound Modes with 26 customizable Sound Fields
Digital Cinema Sound system with Cinema Studio Modes
Virtual 3D processing
Hybrid Pulse D/A Converters
Individual speaker adjustment and setup
Speaker Size Setup with Bass Redirection
Digital Crossover Control
Three Optical Digital Inputs
One Coaxial Digital Input
One Dolby Digital RF Input for Laserdisc players Karaoke
5 Digital Video Inputs: 3 analog, 2 Digital
Full function Remote Control and manual

**********This processor allows you to connect up to 3 digital audio source components, such as a DVD player, a laserdisc player with AC-3 RF output, a CD player, and a minidisc or DAT deck. There are 3 optical inputs, 1 coaxial digital input, and 1 AC-3 RF input. There is one optical digital output so that the digital signal may be input to a minidisc or DAT deck. There is a video input for each digital input that is switched with the audio signal. There is also a single analog audio input. The decoded digital signal is output to your multi-channel amplifier via 6 discrete channels (left, center, right, left rear, right rear, and subwoofer). There are 26 customizable sound fields that let you simulate the sound of anything from a stadium, to a movie theater, to an opera house, and much much more. And best of all, it is easy to operate.
Features
Dolby Digital (AC-3 ) decoding for surround sound that is far more dynamic, spacious and realistic; generates 5.1 separate channels of line-level sound for Left, Right, Center, Left Surround, Right Surround and Subwoofer
Digital Dolby Pro Logic surround decoding brings home all the excitement and emotional impact of movie sound tracks; decodes and amplifies all the surround channels already encoded in most movie videocassettes, many TV dramas and sports broadcasts
Automatic processing selection senses when the incoming signal is Dolby Digital encoded and automatically applies the correct decoding; for conventional PCM digital audio, defaults to Dolby Pro Logic decoding
Digital Cinema Sound system -a Sony exclusive that recreates the precise acoustics of real movie production dubbing stages at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, California; you'll hear movies the way the producers and directors heard them
Digital Cinema Sound 3D processing overcomes limitations in rear speaker placement with Virtual Enhanced Surround, Virtual Rear Shift and Virtual Multi Rear effects
24-bit digital processing decodes the full dynamic range of Dolby Digital sound tracks; exceeds the processing capabilities of previous Dolby Digital decoders; uses 53rd-order x2 FIR filtering for superlative accuracy; performs 44 million digital calculations every second
Speaker size setup with bass redirection compensates for inability of many rear speakers to handle the full 20 to 20,000 Hz frequency response of Dolby Digital surround channels; redirects surround bass to the front speakers or subwoofer; 16 possible settings for complete system flexibility
Rear-channel stereo
Six-channel test tone for system alignment
Digital crossover control with five crossover frequencies for bass redirection
Digital "i" volume control regulates current to achieve a full 20 bits of resolution at every volume level
Digital balance control for superior accuracy
Independent digital bass and treble controls for front, center and surround channels
Pulse D/A Converter minimizes zero-cross distortion, considered by researchers to be the most audible distortion in CD players; the result is remarkably smooth, open sound-even during delicate quiet passages
8x oversampling digital filter for better stereo imaging, greater accuracy
Set-up Wizard steps you through the process of initial set-up; makes sophisticated adjustments easy
20-character dot matrix display for accurate, informative function readouts
Motorized master volume control with indicator LED
Three Optical Digital Inputs to accommodate DVD Players and other Dolby Digital sources
Single Optical Digital Output for high-quality digital-to-digital connections
Dolby Digital RF Input for Dolby Digital decoding with compatible Laserdisc players
Dimensions
17 x 3-7/8 x 14"
 

Gregg Loewen

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No, but I do have a Sony 9es unit.

Let me know if interested

Gregg
 

Gregg Loewen

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Marc, good to hear!

I still have the 9 ES unit. I thought the price of $225 was quite good considering I was selling the 800 units for $150. Dont figure??

Gregg
 

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