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post #1 of 4 Old 07-05-2013, 04:38 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi everyone,
What are your take on reburb receivers? Also, how about buying from this site: www.accessories4less.com? Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated.
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Hi everyone,
What are your take on reburb receivers? Also, how about buying from this site: www.accessories4less.com? Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated.

Really up to you...
B-stock refurb AVRs are a risk...
One can save significant $ but hopefully no problems..rolleyes.gif
Double check the $ discount, confirm the warranty, return policy, who pays the freight, unit must be complete with all accessories including AC cord, antennas, EQ microphone, manuals....
It is a risk just like going Vegas...
Some claim to be big winners while others will only buy A stock..

Just my $0.02... 👍😉
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Depending upon what you are looking at on their website, you may be able to purchase it here from AV Science at a comparable price who is authorized and get a full new warrantee!

I have used A4L several times and they are very reputable.
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I've bought many units over the years from them, I never had anything but a good experience even if I returned the item after audition. All items I ever got looked and operated like new, including refurbs. None better imo.
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