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Thanks for your reply re my search for parts for my Sony EX57ES receiver. I clicked on "Reply," but nothing happened, so I'm sending a new message.
The whole reason that I'm trying to salvage my old Sony receiver is that I've looked into replacing it, but I keep getting told that the electronics industry today considers it products to be like Bic pens---use them for a couple of years and throw them away. I've also been told that the sound won't be as good as with older models.
I can only afford to spend $500 or less. Do you have any suggestions or comments?
Well..that's a noble attempt to divert electronics from the landfill. however, parts availability in electronics has about a 2 to 3 year life. so if you find one, it's going to be from someone, like you, that has one around.
Posted on May 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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