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post #1 of 13 Old 03-10-2018, 06:06 AM - Thread Starter
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WTB: 7 Channel amp

Hello,

Bring out your AMPS, Bring out your AMPS!

Update to the list, based on what can possibly fit in my built in shelving or what I would be interested in. I don't know all the makes and models though so please reply and lets get some conversations going.

I am looking to buy a well taken care of 7 channel amp for $700 or under, depending on model and condition. Here is a list (no particular order) of some brand/models that will work in within the height of my shelving.

Anthem - PVA 7
Rotel - RMB-1077
Outlaw Audio - 7140
Outlaw Audio - 7125

I recently purchased a used amp that was damaged and broken when it arrived, wasn't packed right. Shipping back today for a refund. The search starts over now, so I figured I would try this method.

Thanks.

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I have a 7 channel Outlaw 7075 that might interest you. It is well built and 41 pounds so it is no lightweight! I'm getting ready to remove from the audio rack. It works great, just no longer needed. FWIW the difference between 75w and 125w are insignificant, maybe 2db more gain at 125w over 75w.

Power specs:

Power Output 75 watts RMS x 7 (all channels driven
simultaneously into 8 ohms from 20Hz to
20kHz with less than 0.05% total harmonic
distortion). 115 watts RMS x 7 @ 4 ohms

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I have a 7 channel Outlaw 7075 that might interest you. It is well built and 41 pounds so it is no lightweight! I'm getting ready to remove from the audio rack. It works great, just no longer needed. FWIW the difference between 75w and 125w are insignificant, maybe 2db more gain at 125w over 75w.

Power specs:

Power Output 75 watts RMS x 7 (all channels driven
simultaneously into 8 ohms from 20Hz to
20kHz with less than 0.05% total harmonic
distortion). 115 watts RMS x 7 @ 4 ohms
Knucklehead90 thanks for the reply.

Do you happen to have any pictures and how much would you be offering it for?
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One pic - check out my for sale thread: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/209-au...7075-amps.html

I'm asking $350 shipped to CONUS - I have a counter offer on it and the CX-A5000 so those pieces are tied up until I get an answer back. I'll keep you up to date.

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Understand, thanks for the status update and keeping the order of interest in line. Just a heads up. I was trying to view all 3 pictures you have and I cannot see them on the Emotiva Lounge for some reason?

Not to skip over your possible offer, but hoping I get some more hits from others that are trying to sell their 7 channel amps.
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Understand, thanks for the status update and keeping the order of interest in line. Just a heads up. I was trying to view all 3 pictures you have and I cannot see them on the Emotiva Lounge for some reason?

Not to skip over your possible offer, but hoping I get some more hits from others that are trying to sell their 7 channel amps.
I fixed the link. I have this amp for sale on the Emotiva Lounge - where the images resides. Being a registered member allow you to view posts on the Emporium. None-registered users cannot see any of those items. I guess they want you to become a member. Anyway - the thumbnails work now.
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Hi Siddforuall,

Thanks for the suggestion, but unless you can get the selling to cut the price by $1,000, that is way more than I am looking to spend.
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Hello,

Update to the list, based on what can possibly fit in my built in shelving or what I would be interested in. I don't know all the makes and models though so please reply and lets get some conversations going.

I am looking to buy a well taken care of 7 channel amp for $700 or under, depending on model and condition. Here is a list (no particular order) of some brand/models that will work in within the height of my shelving.

Arcam - P1000 currently researching this model, not familiar with it yet.
Anthem - PVA 7
Rotel - RMB-1077
Outlaw Audio - 7140
Outlaw Audio - 7125

I recently purchased a used amp that was damaged and broken when it arrived, wasn't packed right. Shipping back today for a refund. The search starts over now, so I figured I would try this method.

Thanks.
I replied to your PM. thanks
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I am selling a Marantz MM8003 amp, the older 8 channel version of the current MM8077 7 channel model that sells for $1200-1500 used. Both have 100,000 µF of custom-designed capacitors. For comparison, the top of the line Denon 4520 & 7200 receivers have 44,000 of capacitance. Asking $850 plus 50 lbs shipping from CA 95054. It's in great cosmetic and operational condition. I don't have the original box, but will double-box carefully with extra packing materials.

https://www.crutchfield.com/S-EY9Jcf...tz-MM8003.html

https://www.crutchfield.com/S-cPOKrS...tz-MM8077.html

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Ricky,

Thanks, do you know the exact measurements? I am limited with space and does it run hot?
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Ricky,

Thanks, do you know the exact measurements? I am limited with space and does it run hot?
Here you go. And it does not run hot.

weight: 39.5 lbs.
17-5/16"W x 7-3/16"H x 16-5/16"D

This link should work now:

https://www.crutchfield.com/S-Zo2yVt...tz-MM8003.html
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Here you go. And it does not run hot.

weight: 39.5 lbs.
17-5/16"W x 7-3/16"H x 16-5/16"D

This link should work now:

https://www.crutchfield.com/S-Zo2yVt...tz-MM8003.html
Thanks, right now I have a NAD M25 coming my way. It is too big for my shelf but I couldn’t pass on the amp and deal.
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