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SOLD: FS: Denon X4500H + Emotiva BasX A150

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Item:  Denon X4500H + Emotiva BasX A150,  7.2.4 Atmos / DTS-X  Capability
Location: Melbourne - Mickleham
Price:  $2700
Item Condition: As new!
Reason for selling: Upgrading to Pre/Pro Setup
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal,
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Items are as new, only used for a couple of months. As stated above wanting to upgrade to a Pre/Pro setup for my dedicated home theatre. Have all boxes, plastics etc - kept everything. Will be boxed up like they are brand new! Reciever has been cooled by a AC infinity from day 1, I ran my full 7.2.4 setup with these with no problems and it sounded great. Pm for further.IMG_20191025_122428.thumb.jpg.e41e36b77b455c82b4520910039776c6.jpg
 
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