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[WTB][US] Old Yamaha Reciever

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by Snipermonkey2, Oct 5, 2008.

  1. Snipermonkey2

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    I am looking for a old Yamaha reviecer with a nice brushed aluminum face. Better if dead since I just want make it a case for a pc.
     
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    i saw one passing by a garage sale today.
     
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    Blargh I want one
     
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    What street was it on, I'm totally gonna jump on a plane tonight and pick it up tomorrow!!! lol :p
     
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    I bought a Pioneer 5DVD changer (black color) for similar mod project like you. Perfect size for a media center PC. But my wife said no as I would not spend time with family and would spend more time with my new gf (the new mod pc).

    Its in very good condition. Works perfect. Bought it for $25. So if you want take it, don't know how much the shipping would be.

    Model DV-C503.
     
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    I've got a 15 year old Yamaha receiver, but I don't know if I'm willing to part with it lol. It's HUGE and weighs 33 pounds, so shipping would really outweigh the benefit.
     
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    Yeah sounds a bit larger than what im looking for
     
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    Ah, the old Natural sound recievers. I used to deal in them. Check your local Goodwill's and thrift stores, you will find one.
     
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    Yeah I just haven't had time to go looking
     
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    Yeo sniper let me see what I have in the stack :)
     
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    ok sounds good
     
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    I think I found something! Good news, it's what you want. Bad news is that it works. Quite well I might add.

    [​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    Bummer have any others besides Yamaha
     
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    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

    Yeah, a couple.
     
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    Ah that Akai one looks pretty nice
     
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    Cool, what did you want to burn on one of these? Would you like me to gut the internals before you get it? xD I'm way ahead of myself.
     
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    How much does it weigh right now? Also what was that Sony one?
     
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    the Akai weighs 22 lbs 2.2 oz and the Sony is an older high quality VHS with a cool flip down front.

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    how much does the Sony weigh cause that sounds pretty nice
     
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    17 lbs 1.8 oz
     
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    So how much do you want for the sony?
     

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