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I am selling a used Panasonic SA-XR50 Home Theater receiver for $130 plus shipping.



This model is the second generation of all-digital receiver which means that the audio quality is on par with most, much more expensive, analog receivers. The all-digital receivers are also much smaller (since they dont have large transformers in them), produce much less heat and require less power. You won't see these receivers advertised anywhere because they seriously undercut the receiver industry by providing a superior product at a fraction of the typical cost. I only learned about them because I frequent AVSForum.com.
The only drawback to this class of receiver is that they can not be as powerful as some high-end analog receivers. Still, this receiver is as powerful as almost anything under $2000 and sounds better than anything I have heard under $8000. Retail on this was $350.
I am only getting rid of it because I bought its big brother, the SA-XR70 which does HDMI switching.

Specs:
- 6.1 Channel amp
- 100 watts per channel (20Hz - 20kHz, 6 ohms, 0.09% THD)
- Dolby Digital EX, DTS-ES, Prologic II
- Optical, Digital Coax and 6-channel inputs and outputs
- Subwoofer output
- Component Video Switching (2 inputs, 1 output)
- S-Video: 3 In, 1 Out
- Composite Video: 4 In, 2 Out
- Digital Audio: 4 In (2 Optical, 2 Coax), 1 Out (Optical)
- Audio: 5 In, 2 Out
- Weight: 9.3lbs

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