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Hey Everyone. I'm new to the forums. I was actually trying to find out how much I can sell my Monster Power AVS2000. I'm downgrading and selling most of my high end electronics. I've had this for a few years and it works great still. I'll be willing to ship this to any one as long as shipping is covered. It's very heavy and I'd cover the shipping cost to your location if it's not more than 65 dollars. I recommend this for a studio or high end home theater. It has signs of use of course. I have the original box it's a little beaten up due to previous moves. 


Here is a link of a brand new one. Just give me your best offer really. I don't any where near 1700 I'm pretty sure I got this for about 1200 on sale years ago in circuit city when my home theater was built. 




Currently in Kernersville, NC 27284, If I do this for a trade, I'm looking for a i5 surface pro 2.


Description of item below.



Automatic Voltage Stabilization: Monster's AVS 2000 is designed to stabilize power line fluctuations and maintain constant voltage to your home theatre for maximum performance all the time. The AVS 2000 provides consistent 120V output when AC input fluctuates anywhere from 80-140V. As a result, your amplifiers will maintain the stability needed to deliver peak power and performance. Your video system, in turn, will deliver the sharpest, brightest picture with the most vivid color possible.

Safety Overload Disconnect: In the event that an extended period of overvoltage does occur, the AVS 2000 will automatically shut down your home theater system to protect it from any subsequent damage. 

Programmable Outlets: The four switched outlets located on the rear panel are programmable, giving you great flexibility. In order to program each outlet pair, you must use the recessed slide switches. Each outlet has a Delay Time switch and a Delay Time Multiplier switch. The Delay Time switch allows you to select 1 second or 3 seconds. The Delay Time Multiplier switch allows you to select 1x or 2x the delay time. Using the two switches together, you can choose a delay time of 1 second, 2 seconds, 3 seconds, or 6 seconds for each switched outlet.

Digital Meters: The AVS 2000 features three easy-to-read digital meters for instantaneous monitoring of incoming voltage, amperage draw, and voltage correction. If there is any significant fluctuation in voltage, a PowerSmart warning light will flash, alerting you that input voltage has dropped below 80 volts or has risen above 140 volts, and that the system is waiting for stabilization. 

Sequential Power-up: The AVS 2000 has a sequential power-up feature. By sequentially powering your high-power loads, you can prevent turn-on surges and deliver all the stable voltage needed to maintain peak performance.

Remote System Control: The DC input/output jacks allow for remote system control (1/8" mini jacks, cord not included).

Rack Mountable: Using the supplied rack ears, you can rack mount the AVS 2000. With the rack ears installed, the Voltage Stabilizer has the following dimensions: W=18.787", H=7.9375", D=15.5625".

Circuit Breaker: A circuit breaker is located on the back panel of the AVS 2000. The circuit breaker will trip only if the total current draw exceeds the maximum current rating (15A). This means that collectively, all outlets must draw more than 15 amps before the circuit breaker will trip.

Status Indicators: The AVS 2000 has the following status LEDs on the front panel: Ground OK, Surge Protected, Line and Neutral OK, Normal Voltage Condition, Switched Outlets On, and Abnormal Voltage Condition.


Rear Panel:
  • System Ground: ground post that provides a ground reference point for ungrounded components
  • Switched Outlets: four AC outlets, each with a selectable delay time of 1 second, 2 seconds, 3 seconds, or 6 seconds (labeled Bank 1, Bank 2, Bank 3, Bank 4)
  • Unswitched Outlets: two AC outlets (labeled Bank 1, Bank 2)
  • Remote Turn On/Off: 1/8" mini-plug input and output
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