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IS $80 a good deal for this? Considering it works properly. Guy said I could listen to it.

Does nyone know if it has auto on?


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New: $450
Avg used on A-gon: $210

It's an 80 watt/channel (8 ohm) 2 channel amp with 130 watts rated into 4 ohms.

What would you use it for?

And I saw no trigger....doubt it's auto-on, though not sure.


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If it's in real good condition, trigger or not, I think I would take it for $80. If you got tired of it, you could probably still double your money on it if you sold it.


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Maximo said:
True. But it is worthless to me (other than flipping it for a profit) if it doesn;t have a trigger.

Years ago, I had a Powermax surge protector that had a second power cord you plugged into a receiver's outlet. This way anything connected to the Powermax's switched/delayed switched outlets would also come on when the receiver was fired up. I'm sure protectors with that feature are a dime dozen.

Still, if you don't like the idea of adding another component just to get some sort of trigger, I think I would still buy that amp to turn a profit.