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denon 2112 and 3312

post #1 of 28
Thread Starter 
Whats the best price so far I read here that by calling E&E u can get the 2112 for 450 shipped.

So whats the best price from E&E regarding the 3312? Want to make sure that when i call i get the same price/deal. I hate finding out i paid more then the next guy to do lack of research.

The 3312 is running for 699 on a refurb from AA4Less.

I read here that some one got a 3312 for 600 even shipped and new but i cant find the link/post or site

Thanks in Advance,
post #2 of 28
Thread Starter 
called 610.00 shipped any cheaper then this????
post #3 of 28
PM'd you.
post #4 of 28
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Originally Posted by socal swagger View Post

called 610.00 shipped any cheaper then this????

So if someone got it for $600 shipped a few months back and you're being offered $610 shipped would you complain?

I think I'd jump on that $610 deal. the $10 difference might be because you're in SoCal and the other person may have been on the East Coast.
post #5 of 28
What is E&E. ???
post #6 of 28
^^
Electronics Expo
post #7 of 28
try j n r electronics. i got a lower quote from them than electronics expo for a denon 1712

afrog makes an interesting point. i wanted the denon for $300 because people here have gotten that price from j n r.

they gave it to me for $310 and i took it. im in socal they are in ny
post #8 of 28
When I saw E&E I looked at Electronics Expo but they had the 3312 listed at MSRP, do they really knock off 40% if you call them ?
post #9 of 28
Thread Starter 
Yes i wasnt a believer until i called today now got to decide on 2112 or 3312
post #10 of 28
Will you miss the extra money the 3312 costs two weeks from now ?
If no, pay the extra $$ and don't look back.
post #11 of 28
Question, does this receiver have multi channel outs. Reviews state it doesn't but I thought I saw pictures where it does have them. I'm looking to replace my Onkyo 705 and I use this with my Pioneer blu-ray player.

Bigave
post #12 of 28
I just looked the 3312 up and it is $1098? Unless you are looking at refurbs or open boxes, you are not getting a new 3312 for $600 bucks!
post #13 of 28
^^^

if you pick up the phone and call authorized dealers, you never know what you might find...
post #14 of 28
Question, does this receiver support multi-channel out. I need that for my setup. I'm looking to replace my Onkyo 705 in my theater and want this technology.

Bigave
post #15 of 28
It looks like the OP got a quote for the 2312 and not the 3312. The 3312 is $830 while the 2312 is $610 shipped.
post #16 of 28
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Originally Posted by mojomover View Post

It looks like the OP got a quote for the 2312 and not the 3312. The 3312 is $830 while the 2312 is $610 shipped.

I received these same prices. I'm getting ready to jump on a 3312. Can the OP confirm what prices he actually received?
post #17 of 28
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Originally Posted by Big Ave View Post

Question, does this receiver support multi-channel out. I need that for my setup. I'm looking to replace my Onkyo 705 in my theater and want this technology.

Bigave

Yes, the 3312CI is the only Denon XX12 model with a full set of preouts which you can see by looking at post #1 in the XX12 Owner's thread linked in my sig.
post #18 of 28
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Originally Posted by mojomover View Post

It looks like the OP got a quote for the 2312 and not the 3312. The 3312 is $830 while the 2312 is $610 shipped.

I just called as well... Price for the 3312 is $828 from EE & $800 from J&R...

The price for the 2312 is $610 from EE & $600 from J&R...
post #19 of 28
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"Yes, the 3312CI is the only Denon XX12 model with a full set of preouts which you can see by looking at post #1 in the XX12 Owner's thread linked in my sig."

Thanks JD
post #20 of 28
~$600 on the 3312 sounded to good to be true but hey, I have seen other things offered up at smoking good deals.
post #21 of 28
Well...........I've been reading this section of the board for over a year - up until recently pretty much gravitating to the Pioneer SC-55/57 thread. Then I started reading the Denon xx12 thread. After I couldn't decide whether to get the Pioneer or Denon, then I narrowed it down to the 2312ci and 3312ci. After I found this thread, you guys gave me the heads up on a great price for the 3312ci and that's all I needed. Called up EE like you recommended, talked to Dave (who really knows his stuff about consumer electronics) and I pulled the trigger on the 3312. Surprised that this authorized dealer could go that low, but I 'stole' the receiver for $830 shipped from Joysey to Cali. Can't beat that with a stick!

Thanks again for the heads-up you guys. And thanks for the extensive knowledge throughout the Denon thread, Jdsmoothie!
post #22 of 28
Ok, here is some math. $830 delivered, subtract shipping, maybe $800ish? If MSRP is $1100, then that's a 28% discount. In mass market receivers that's a fair deal, not spectacular. Most times dealers are prevented from advertising other than MSRP. Im guessing dealer discounts are on the order of 45%, don't fell sorry for them!
post #23 of 28
Id so go for the 3312...but I don't ever plan on using the preouts just yet....till then will I get a new avr or prepro
post #24 of 28
I don't know what you will do. Why do you think you'd need a power amp?
post #25 of 28
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Originally Posted by UtahPaul View Post

Ok, here is some math. $830 delivered, subtract shipping, maybe $800ish? If MSRP is $1100, then that's a 28% discount. In mass market receivers that's a fair deal, not spectacular. Most times dealers are prevented from advertising other than MSRP. Im guessing dealer discounts are on the order of 45%, don't fell sorry for them!

Here's some math for you:

Best Buy. Denon 3312 - MSRP $1,100 plus 8.25% sales tax = $1,190. They won't budge but will price match if I find a better price within a 10 mile radius. No dice. So I call EE and they sold me the receiver for $830.00 shipped. Savings = $360.00 = spectacular deal for me.
post #26 of 28
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Originally Posted by BeachBoys1 View Post

Here's some math for you:

Best Buy. Denon 3312 - MSRP $1,100 plus 8.25% sales tax = $1,190. They won't budge but will price match if I find a better price within a 10 mile radius. No dice. So I call EE and they sold me the receiver for $830.00 shipped. Savings = $360.00 = spectacular deal for me.

It is my belief based on aggressively price shopping for several different AVRs for both me and family members that EE works on very thin margins, at least regarding Denon AVRs. If there is a better deal out there, I bet it ain't by much. So, congrats on the purchase, and enjoy!
post #27 of 28
$830 seems like a reasonable enough price.
At least it is in line with other AVRs (after discounts) that are at the same point in the line up.
The questionable/misleading posts about price quotes were from socal swagger.
post #28 of 28
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Originally Posted by chashint View Post

$830 seems like a reasonable enough price.
At least it is in line with other AVRs (after discounts) that are at the same point in the line up.
The questionable/misleading posts about price quotes were from socal swagger.

I got a refurb 3312 from ecost for $532+ $25 shipping this weekend. It is sold out now but keep looking here
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