WTB: Denon AVR 3300

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  1. Jamie

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    I'm looking for someone with upgrade fever that may want to trade out of one of these. I'd like to spend around $400.00. If it's in good condition, and you'd consider selling your Denon, please let me know. I can be reached at [email protected]
     
  2. Gregg Loewen

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    Hi Jamie!!
    Ive owned the 3300. I currently own the Outlaw 1050. (As well as a Pioneer VSX 39 and a 509). Anyway, I really like the Outlaw. It is a very nice unit and can be be boughten as B stock for 449 or new for 499. Hopefully, if this is not within your budget somebody will offer you a 3300.
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  3. Jamie

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    Thanks Gregg, yes, I own the 4800, but looking to add a 3300 for the bedroom. I'm awaiting a response from a guy who was trying to sell his on EBAY up in Orange, CA. His unit didn't quite meet the reserve. I am wondering if you think a 1 year old 3300 is worth $420.00?
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    Since you asked...
    The 3300 which I bought cost 600, it was B stock about 1.5 years ago, so $420 sounds about right, perhaps a little high.
    If spidergear.com still has some Pioneer 908s (B Stock) in stock, I would consider that. They were selling for about $350 if I recall correctly.
    There are lots of great products out there in the 300-500 range, esp if you arent looking for DPL2 etc.
    Gregg
     
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    Thanks Gregg!! I'll take a look at the Pioneer.
     

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