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What did you pay for your Integra 6.2-8.2?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by AllenD, Oct 27, 2001.

  1. AllenD

    AllenD Second Unit

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    I'm curious how my local dealer's prices compares to others. I know this line can't be mail ordered. I'm simply curious since I can't find any MSRPs on Integra's site. What did you pay for your 6.2, 7.1, and 8.2?
    Lastly, is a 7.2 coming out in the near future?
    Thanks
     
  2. Craig F

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    MSRP on the 6.2 is $899, and that is what I paid for it. There are limited authorized dealers for Integra (unlike Onkyo). Most are A/V shops that charge full price for everything.
     
  3. AllenD

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    Craig,
    What is the MSRP for the 7.1? I can get one for $700.
     
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    I have not seen any info for the 7.1 price. Since the 7.2 is coming out soon, if not already, I would imagine there are deals on the 7.1. I expect the 7.2 will be around $1100-$1200 list. This is based on the Onkyo 797 which lists for $1000.
     
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    An Integra dealer in my area had the DTR-7.1 on close-out for $800 a couple weeks ago. Presumably, they are making room for the DTR-7.2. The '7.1 looks like a very nice receiver. This dealer had it on display right next to the DTR-6.2, which is a significant step below in terms build quality.
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    $800 on the 7.1 is a good price, considering I paid $850 for the 6.2 quite a few months ago.
    Regardless of build quality, I am quite happy with the Integra 6.2 - which was a major step up from the Pioneer Elite VSX-21 I was using prior.
     
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    I emailed Integra becaue I was considering a 7.2. They were saying mid to late November.
    Due to that and my desparate need for a receiver and my desire to have more digital inputs then the 7.2, I bit the bullet and spent the dough on a Denon 4802.
     
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    A month ago, just after the 7.2 was announced, my local dealer wanted $1100. For me it got down to the 7.1 versus a Denon 3802. I went with the 3802 but for $700 would have gone for the Integra.
     

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