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post #1 of 9 Old 11-07-2014, 10:23 PM - Thread Starter
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FS Onkyo TX-NR5010 5010 Receiver Used $1100

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all- I purchased a TX-NR-5010 receiver in May 2013 and have thoroughly enjoyed it until a few weeks ago when, surprise, the HDMI board started acting up. It is being repaired by Onkyo USA under their recent program and I can't deal with not having a home theater for a week or two and had had a hard time deciding between this unit and the Denon 4520CI (I have the 3313UDCI Blu Ray player for DenonLink) so I just ordered a refurb 4520CI unit from Accessories for Less.


So the deal is I will have a Onkyo 5010 for sale, and although it is likely two to three weeks from being back in my possession I wanted to get an early start on promoting it for sale.


Refurb units are selling for $1600 and new units for $2000 (from authorized dealers)- though there isn't anything cheaper on auction sites either as of now.


What you are getting is a recently refurbed unit with remote, power cable, and Audessey mic shipped via FedEx two-day for $1100- no paypal fees.


It is a beast of a receiver, likely one of the last BIG flagship devices from the regular players, looks like everything is going lightweight digital amplifier. I paid full retail at BH Photo ($2999) a year ago, and honestly am not that put out, but with Onkyo also stepping away from Audessey in their new line I am going in a different direction.


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That's a really nice receiver at a really nice price with a warranty through 2018. WHAT'S NOT TO LIKE?

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AFAIK, warranties are non-transferable. If it has already been registered, you cannot also register it.
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The 2018 warranty doesn't care who registered it, it goes by serial number, you don't even need a receipt. I had to take advantage o the warranty on my 5508 and I am not the original owner and mine was originally purchased from a little audio shop in california that I'm not even sure was authorized.

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Update: Fedex just delivered the receiver to me. Its available to ship to a new owner. Auddessey mic, remote, and a homemade 12awg power cable will be placed in the box.


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Just a FYI- i can still return the Denon for full refund, which I'm more inclined to do than take less than 1100 for the Onkyo. Its already an absurdly low price, which i chose based on not losing any more money (I've now essentially purchased a $2500 Denon for $3000 (what i paid for the Onkyo).


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I just payed that for my 1010! damn it!
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I just payed that for my 1010! damn it!
if you can return your 1010

Onecall.com has the 3010 for about $1100....shipped and they are an authorized dealer so you would get a full factory warranty


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