I purchased this A/V preamp brand new from a Denon Authorized, well known, and trusted retailer in the Seattle area. (And I'm more than happy to provide proof of that.) It's been used gently and I cannot find a scratch or scuff on the front or any side. Fingerprints show up in photographs of the front plate, but you can't see them otherwise, and they wipe off. Operationally it's been perfect and exceeded my expectations since day 1. It's been used lightly (~500 hours of use) and always paired with the matching Denon POA-A1HDCI amp (also for sale separately.) During use it has never been stacked and always kept well ventilated. The house this has been setup in is very clean, has no pets, and no children. Includes everything that it came with originally: boxes, manuals, remotes, and antenna.
This is my first sale on Audiogon, as it's my first piece of worthy A/V equipment. I do have a 100% positive rating on eBay, and can provide any information necessary to ensure a secure transaction on both sides.
For the ultimate home theater experience, Denon presents the ultimate A/V surround sound and video processor – the AVP-A1HDCI(A). With features and capabilities simply not found on any other controller, the AVP-A1HDCI(A) sets the standard for both audio and video processing ability, along with state-of-the-art next-generation digital media connectivity with built-in Ethernet and Wi-Fi (802.11b/g) that lets you access music and photo files as well as Internet radio stations. An optional adapter lets you stream your favorite songs and videos from your iPod. Built with uncompromising attention to detail, the AVP-A1HDCI(A) is equipped with an astonishing six individual power transformers to ensure the ultimate audio and video fidelity, eliminating interference between the various audio and video processing sections. Featuring unparalleled audio connectivity, the AVP-A1HDCI(A) is equipped with 12 high definition video inputs (6 HDMI v1.3a /6 component) and an additional 16 standard definition inputs, with deinterlacing, upscaling and conversion to HDMI outputs via the Silicon Optix HQV Realta reference video processor. This latest "A" version now includes Audyssey Dynamic Volume, and is also Sirius Radio Ready.