Yamaha RX-V430 and Gamecube for sale/trade

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  1. MichaelPR

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    Title says it all. The Yamaha receiver is a year and 2 months old. I have upgraded to a Denon so no need for this anymore! I will sell it including shipping for $150. Or I will trade it for a pair of Paradigm Atoms. It is in great condition very well kept and i never pushed it too hard. I have all the original paperwork and I think I also have the box!

    I also Have a Nintendo Gamecube with 2 controllers and a ton of games for $200 including:
    Animal Crossing
    Resident Evil
    Donkey Konga w/Drums
    Super Smash Brothers
    Super Mario Sunshine
    F-Zero
    I also have two Memory cards one 1019 the other a 59.

    Here are some stats for the receiver that I yanked from a web page:


    POWERFUL HOME THEATER RECEIVER
    The RX-V430 is a powerful and versatile 5-channel receiver, delivering 75 watts to each channel. The receiver provides plenty of processing and a host of Yamaha features.


    POWERFUL SOUND PROCESSING
    With powerful and varied sound processing, the RX-V430 provides Dolby Digital, Dolby ProLogic II, and DTS Digital Surround decoding. Yamaha's Quad-Field CINEMA DSP allows enjoyment of Dolby Digital EX and DTS-ES Matrix 6.1 sound formats in the Phantom mode (using 5.1 channels). The RX-V430 provides 21 surround programs and offers a total of 41 surround environment variations.


    HIGH PERFORMANCE LSIS AND OTHER CIRCUITRY
    Yamaha's proprietary ASIC LSI, the 32-bit YSS-938, assures top quality audio performance.


    VERSATILE VIDEO INPUTS AND OUTPUTS
    Eager to take on challenging home theater situations, the RX-V430 has 4 video inputs and 1 video output.


    AUDIO INPUTS AND OUTPUTS FOR EVERY NEED
    The RX-V430 has two audio-only inputs and one audio-only output. Including the audio portion of A/V source inputs, the receiver provides 1 optical and 1 coaxial digital input.
     
  2. RickyM

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  3. MichaelPR

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    The Receiver is gone!
     
  4. RickyM

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    Receiver arived this afternoon. Thanks, Michael.

    Bump for your Nintendo, and the Sony Subwoofer.

    Rick
     
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    Perhaps are any of the controllers a wavebird? If so I'm interested.
     
  6. MichaelPR

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    No they are not but I do have to add Windwaker and Zelda OOT Special Disk. Willing to negotiate on price so e-mail me.
     

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