I am restructuring my AV setup and Game consoles. As part of it, i am putting my Denon 2310 AVR for sale. Below are the details.
When & where it was bought: Jun 2010 in US (5 months old)
Usage: I used it for a month in stereo mode.
Reason for Sale: I bought a used NAD C340 integrated amp from a HFV member in July for my brother and it sounds better than my Denon 2310 in terms of Stereo (atleast to my ears, my brother don't see any difference ). I don't have HD TV and I have no plans to buy it for next 2-3 years. So I have no use of this AVR and it is collecting dust for last 3 months. I will buy a decent stereo amp.
Original Packaging: I don't have original packaging. I carried it to India in my check-in baggage.
Any issues?: I have used it in stereo mode only and it works great. I haven't used it's video features (i don't have the setup to use it.). I will give the full money refund if the buyer finds any problem in first 10 days of purchase. There is a slight bend on the upper chassis (see the 4th Pic), i guess this happended in my checkin baggage transport.
Other Important Info: It's a 2310 US model and it doesn't have pre-outs. You need a stepdown voltage coverter and it is not part of the sale. As it is purchased in US there will be no warranty in India. I haven't run the audyssey setup on this AVR.
I think below are the market prices, but I am not sure.
MRP of the AVR from dealer: 62K
After Bargaining from dealer: around 56-57 K ?
Without Warrenty (Grey market?): 50k ?
And it is yours for 40K (Fixed)
Sorry for the bad picture quality, I took these from cell phone camera
Thanks for looking.
BUYING, SELLING or TRADING indicates your automatic and mandatory acceptance of HiFiVISION.COM Trading Rules and Guidelines!
Do not blindly trust every seller or buyer! Protect yourself by following the below safe trading tips.
- Always meet the seller at a safe location and inspect the item before purchasing. Following this one rule will help you avoid most scams.
- Watch out for unrealistic offers. If it appears too good to be true, it probably is. Unrealistic offers are used to motivate purchasers to make hasty decisions.
- Always verify the seller's credentials. Ask the seller to provide a photo ID and proof of address.
- Ensure that the product you are buying is not stolen or fake. Always ask for a purchase invoice.
- The best way to transact is to collect the item and pay at the same time. Never transfer funds or use a debit/credit/atm card to pay someone you do not know before collecting an item.
- Ask for clear information on condition of the item, price, payment and delivery method.
- Use only those payment methods that you trust and are familiar with. Never give out your financial information.
- It is recommended to purchase items directly from the seller.
- Always test the functioning of the item before purchase.
- Do your research on comparative prices for the product.
- Try to take the full payment at the time of the delivery. Remember to use a safe location to meet.
- Watch out for fake currency and money orders. Be aware that banks will not honour fake currency/money order and will hold you responsible for it.
- Verify the buyer’s credentials if necessary.
- Ensure that your product meets the features you list in your ad to avoid any misunderstanding with the buyer.
- It is your responsibility to prove that the product you are selling is genuine and not stolen by providing the necessary proof of purchase.
- Do not share your financial information except the one required for payment.