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SOLD: Anthem MRX520 AV Receiver

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Item: Anthem MRX520 AV Receiver
Location: LWA HQ, 64 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove, NSW
Price: Was $1000 StereoNET Special $850
Item Condition: Excellent 2ndhand condition
Payment Method: Cash, Paypal, Credit Cards, Bank transfers, ZipPay
Shipping: To anywhere but the dark side of the moon
Extra Info: This just traded MXR520 AV Receiver is in superb condition and has it's remote and operating manual and we've reduced the price just for SN members!

Anthem say: The award-winning Third Generation MRX Series of high-end multi-channel A/V receivers are known the world over for their excellent sound quality, efficient power handling, and the ease with which they integrate into an entertainment system. The MRX Series is packed with exclusive audio innovations like Anthem Room Correction (ARC) Technology and Advanced Load Monitoring (ALM) Technology, 4K Pass-Through with fast HDMI switching and more. You can read more about it here on their site.





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