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new sony line

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by marcoeser, Jul 15, 2002.

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  1. marcoeser

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    there is news from the HTF that there are some new sony models coming out in October:

    Receivers

    * STR-DA1ES: This model will supposedly replace the 'DB1070. Thus, there will not be a new 'DB' receiver.

    * STR-DA2ES: This model will replace the 'DA3ES but will supposedly offer 6.1 decoding.

    * STR-DA4ES: This model will replace the 'DA5ES.

    * STR-DA7ES: This model will supposedly be Sony's first true "flagship" receiver. Jim was told it will retail for around $2500.

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    * TA-E10ES: This model will replace the 'E9000ES.

    * TA-N10ES: This model will replace the 'N9000ES and will be a 6.1-channel power amp.

    can anyone on this forum confirm this?
    marc:)
     
  2. gringottsdirect

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    Obviously rumoured U.S. line up for October 2002.
    Information scarce at moment, only one source too, so is it real?
     
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    Dear Marcoeser,

    You mention that the STRDB1070 may not be replaced by a similiar model, I've been looking around and I've found a price for a STRDB1080 which I belive will be available this month ( if you belive there delivey info!!! ).

    I also found on an Australian ( sad I know ) forum some basic details of the STRDB1080, i.e. an 1070 + DPLII.

    Some of the UK websites have put the 1070 in the clearance area, and it makes sense for them that no mention be made of the 1080 until they've cleared there stock

    It's a pity Sony don't clearly explain there plans.
     

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