> Classifieds > > Panasonic Receiver and DVD Player Xseries

EXPIRED - FOR SALE: Panasonic Receiver and DVD Player Xseries

Item #649168603
Info: Panasonic Receiver and DVD Player Xseries

Asking Price:
CAD $150.00
Retail Price: CAD $800.00
Condition: 8 - Very good (?)
Date Posted: Dec 15, 16 1:02pm (PST)
About Seller: pocketman
North Vancouver, BC
[other classified ads]
Feedback Received: 7  See details
100% Positive Feedback
Days in System:61
Avg. Views/Day:1.79

The feedback period is over for this ad, so feedback is no longer allowed. For details please read this FAQ entry.
Share |


Sponsored post - log in to remove this ad.

I need to reduce the stock of gear I have accumulated and pay for an unfortunate need for a new to me phono cartridge. This was my first adventure into surround sound, very good sounding system if your looking for solid 5.1 surround which looks good and doesn't take up much space.

Panasonic SA-XR10 Digital Receiver:
Ultrasleek design; five-channel, 100 watt, all-digital amplifier; AM/FM tuner; remote subwoofer-level control; Super Audio CD/DVD-Audio 5.1 input.
AV receiver dimensions : 16.9 in x 13.1 in x 2 in / 7.7 lbs

DVD-XP30 Progressive DVD Player:
Stylish; very nice video performance; excellent MP3 features; WMA support.


Receiver Remote/ DVD Remote
manuals, power cords


Similar items you might be interested in

# Caption Category Asking price Province Posted On Photo
1 Premium User BEST OFFER FOR: COMPLETE Vintage 1970's System: Receiver+Tape Deck+CD Player+Speakers Mini & Complete Systems $0.00 ON Apr 19, 2017
2 FOR SALE: Pioneer Elite SX-A6MK2-K Receiver and PD-D6MK2-K SACD Player Mini & Complete Systems $700.00 ON Apr 01, 2017
3 Premium User FOR SALE: Stereo System - Yamaha receiver with remote and vintage Panasonic speakers made in Japan Mini & Complete Systems $175.00 ON Mar 12, 2017

Canuck Audio Mart is FREE!

Forum Messages


Dealer News

Ad Stats

  • Last 48 hrs: 343
  • Active: 7420
  • Total: 577623

Replies Stats

  • Last 48 hrs: 834
  • Total: 1143872
    (since Nov 25th, 2004)