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•200W total power
100W RMS x 2 @ 0.1% THD, 20Hz - 20kHz for powerful audio.
•Dolby Virtual Speaker
Provides quality sound.
•On-screen display
Along with a standard remote simplifies operation.
•30 station presets
Let you program your favorites for simple one-touch recall
•200W total power
100W RMS x 2 @ 0.1% THD, 20Hz - 20kHz for powerful audio.
•Dolby Virtual Speaker
Provides quality sound.
•On-screen display
Along with a standard remote simplifies operation.
•30 station presets
Let you program your favorites for simple one-touch recall




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Totally discrete amplifiers for all channels (a very good thing, especially at this price).

Gets good reviews on _Amazon and elsewhere:

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Interesting deal. I wonder if the remote is included ; seeing how it's a refurb. Don't see it in the picture.

Nice deal! Repped!

5 stereo inputs, according to the specs.

WoozyMoose said:   Interesting deal. I wonder if the remote is included ; seeing how it's a refurb. Don't see it in the picture.
in the specs;
Remote Control Type Standard

Perfect for the garage. Thanks

Nice deal. Hope the refurbished quality is fine.


Except that, for people like me who want the sub out, it won't work.

Here's another good one for $79.99:

7.1 Refurb

xkayos said:   This .. 4 channel 400W for $10 more I ordered Dual Zone for $10 more, here is interesting Video for itLink and another link

Mine arrived today. I like it very much! Hooked up with two "retired" Onkyo satellite speakers from a HTiB set, the sound is surprisingly impressive. Two things for those who hadn't jump in yet:

1. The receiver does have a 1/4 Phone Jack. But there is a constant humming noise through headphones. This noise is at very low level and might not be noticeable for many people while music is on, especially at mid-to-high volume. But it's not perfect. This noise disappears when connecting to speakers.

2. It can't use banana plug for connection. The spring hold is too small, at least for the plugs I'm using.

The reason makes me choose this one over the Dual Zone 400W one is that, this 200W unit has a subwoofer preamp out, which is highly desired.



GreenTrash said:   •200W total power
100W RMS x 2 @ 0.1% THD, 20Hz - 20kHz for powerful audio.
•Dolby Virtual Speaker
Provides quality sound.
•On-screen display
Along with a standard remote simplifies operation.
•30 station presets
Let you program your favorites for simple one-touch recall
•200W total power
100W RMS x 2 @ 0.1% THD, 20Hz - 20kHz for powerful audio.
•Dolby Virtual Speaker
Provides quality sound.
•On-screen display
Along with a standard remote simplifies operation.
•30 station presets
Let you program your favorites for simple one-touch recall




LINK

who want the sub out, it won't work.

I believe this has a Pre-out for subwoofer use. (Need a powered Sub Woofer)



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