ANTHEM’S TRADE IN OFFER ENSURES YOU’RE UP WITH THE LATEST CINEMA TECH
Not that you ever need an excuse to buy an industry-leading brand, Anthem, but there's never been a better time to upgrade to the latest 4K, Dolby Atmos and multi-channel surround sound than right now.
Anthem's Australian distributor, Audio Active, has announced a trade-in offer on any old 2-channel or Surround Sound System, in exchange for significant savings on state-of-the-art Anthem amplifiers and receivers.
Simply take an old (but still working) Stereo or Surround Sound system of any make or model in-store to qualify for the below savings:
- Anthem MRX520 AV Receiver - (RRP $2,099) After Trade-in $1,799
- Anthem MRX720 AV Receiver - (RRP $3,499) After Trade-in $2,999
- Anthem MRX1120 AV Receiver - (RRP $4,999) After Trade-in $3,999
- Anthem AVM60 AV Processor - (RRP $4,999) After Trade-in $3,499
- Anthem MCA225 2 X 225W POWER AMPLIFIER - (RRP $2,999) After Trade-in $2,499
- Anthem MCA325 3 X 225W POWER AMPLIFIER - (RRP $3,999) After Trade-in $3,249
- Anthem MRX525 5 X 225W POWER AMPLIFIER - (RRP $5,499) After Trade-in $3,999
StereoNET reviewed the MRX-1120 AV Receiver earlier this year:
Regardless of the source or content, the MRX-1120 delivered a massive, detailed sound-stage with lashings of sonic impact.
If I had to choose one word to describe the performance of Anthem’s MRX-1120, it would be ‘’cinematic’’. At the end of the day, this is what good home theatre is all about folks.
Savings of up to $1500 of the typical recommended retail price are on offer, or you can combine products for even further savings.
This offer is strictly for a limited time and is valid for both full purchases and lay-bys as long as they're completed by 31st January 2018.
To experience the range of Anthem 4K AV Receivers, visit one of the participating dealers below:
- Audiotech (Tuggeranong)
- Miranda HiFi (City)
- Palmer & Sons (Queanbeyan)
New South Wales
- Life Style Store (Parramatta)
- Sydney HiFi (Mona Vale)
- Toma Audio (Tweed Heads)
- Coffs Coast AV (Coffs Harbour)
- North Coast Stereo (Fannie Bay)
- Living Sound (Newmarket)
- Dayatech (Cairns)
- AV CONCEPTS (Toowoomba)
- Bundaberg Home Theatre (Bundaberg)
- VAF Research (Kent Town)
- Blackwood Sound Centre (Marion)
- Atmosphere Audio (Burnside)
- Vison Living (Prospect)
- E Home (Hobart)
- Audio Trends (Ringwood)
- Big Picture People (Fountain Gate)
- Burwood Music Centre (Burwood)
- Class A Audio (Notting Hill)
- Sight & Sound Galleria (Camberwell)
- Sounds Around (Shepparton)
- Steve Bennett Hi-Fi (Geelong)
- Entertaining Environments (Port Melbourne)
- Frank Prowse Hi-Fi (Nedlands)
- Limitless Automation (Nedlands)
- Douglas HiFi (Perth)
- West Coast HiFi (Rockingham)
- Intelligent Home (Osborne Park)
Note: Not all products are available from all dealers. Contact your nearest dealer to confirm.
For more information, visit Anthem.
StereoNET's Founder & Publisher and still buried deep in the review room auditioning everything from docks to soundbars, amplifiers and headphones. Marc is also the founder of the annual International HiFi Show.
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