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Topic # 191052 21-Jan-2016 15:36
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I have an older Marantz SR5002 which has been replaced with a newer AVR so is surplus to requirements. It doesn't owe me anything and I don't think it's worth a heck of a lot so i'm not in a rush to dump it on TM. 


I don't have a second living space (aside from outdoors) but don't plan on buying external speakers, or another screen any time soon. 


Anyone got any ideas what I should/could do with it? It might just end up being a 2ch amp in the workshop at this rate. 

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  Reply # 1476220 21-Jan-2016 15:42
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Mine found its way into the garage as a 2ch stereo setup, far better than a cheap radio

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  Reply # 1476250 21-Jan-2016 16:19
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You could give it away.


Dafman gave away a few amps and speakers a few months back 

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  Reply # 1476409 21-Jan-2016 20:39
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Dang, I wouldnt say no :) Hehe....



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  Reply # 1476471 22-Jan-2016 03:45
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Same, of course.


Wish I had some cool ideas about what to do with it, but I guess it would just go downstairs/workshop.

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  Reply # 1476472 22-Jan-2016 04:04
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It might just end up being a 2ch amp in the workshop at this rate. 





If all you would do with it is that then hows about a swap your amp for my Pioneer VSX-D457 it's 100W per channel (5.1Ch) or 110W per cannel (2Ch) I could put your amp to good use 

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