I rated it 7/10 for cosmetic only as there is a scratch on the left side resulting from taking out of the rack.
I owned this unit for 4.5 years and used it may be twice a week. It performs flawlessly. Now you can have it for a fraction of the original cost ($3300)
This is AVM-20 version 2 which means it is compatible/upgrade-able to Anthem AVM/30/40/50.
Dimensions: 17.25"W x 17.25"D x 5.9"H
Weight: 27 pounds
Dolby Digital, DTS, THX Surround EX
THX Ultra certified, FM/AM tuner, Six-channel analog input, Six-channel bass management, Analog-direct mode (all inputs)
Adjustable low-pass/high-pass crossover (from 40Hz to 160Hz in 10Hz increments)
Three-zone operation and record path, 192kHz/24-bit DACs
On-screen menu (works with both composite and S-video outputs in both main and zone 2)
Selectable menu-background color, Center-channel equalization, Surround modes (10)
Composite video inputs (7), Composite video outputs (5), S-video inputs (7), S-video outputs (5)
Component video inputs (2) (assignable), High-definition, broadcast-quality (1080p compliant) component video switching
Headphone jack, IEEE 1394/PHAST Interface, Sleep timer, IR emitters (2), Trigger outputs (2 - 50mA, 1 - 200mA)
XLR audio inputs (1), XLR audio outputs (10), RCA audio inputs (7), Coaxial digital inputs (7), TosLink digital inputs (3), Learning remote
Here is the link to the full manual in PDF http://archive.anthemav.com/NewSitev2.0/AnthemProduct/AVM20/OwnersManual/Downloads/AVM20_v2_1_Manual.pdf