I am still trying to figure out the whole airplay in zone 2 feature and whether I should hold out for the 2113ci. I have a home theater in the basement. I imagine running speaker wire from the receiver to my backyard deck (outdoor speakers) as zone 2.
So how does this whole airplay to zone 2 work?
I have a Toshiba Thrive and an iphone 4. Is the idea that I can play music from my iphone 4 in zone 2 (while sitting on my deck with my iphone 4) while navigating with my iphone 4 (or navigating with my Android)?
Last edited by blackrain; 05-09-2012 at 02:22 PM..
Electronics Expo has Denon AVR-2112CI 7.1-Channel Network Receiver for 398.99.
Get $25 off for using code welcome25 makes subtotal 373.99.
Shipping is 29.99, making it 403.98.
Use Upromise for 5% cashback and your total is: --$ 383.78 shipped.--
Good price for a lot of receiver
This is a fantastic deal. Thank you for sharing. I am unable to complete the checkout process though. When I click "Checkout" it goes back to the original homepage and there is nothing in the cart. Is anyone else having this issue?
Price I get is $394.36 before discount. $369.36 after discount. But then they try to charge me $33 in tax with no shipping. The funny thing is I don't live in NJ where they have stores..
Was going to jump on this, but that tax thing is fishy.
Company Tax Policy
Electronics Expo maintains business operations in a number of states. By law we are required to collect sales tax in the following states. Arizona, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Nevada, New Jersey, Pennsylvania,South Carolina, Tennessee, Washington
Me being in Washington, I am in the same boat as you. FWIW, I searched all the state business tax / records / licensing websites that I could for WA and they never came up, so I'm not sure what operations they refer to. As a test, I did the same searches for "Buy.com" since I know they charge tax in WA as well, and it returned successful results on all of the sites (with business location of Aliso, CA).
Last edited by iimrheadii; 05-09-2012 at 02:53 PM..
Sorry, I should have linked. I was concerned if people wanted the uPromise discount that they might have to go through the uPromise website so didn't want people to miss the 5% because I linked straight to EE.
Last edited by 12loser12; 05-09-2012 at 07:18 PM..
Yeah, not as amazing if you have to pay taxes and shipping, but even then, not bad. Was a frontpage deal at $439 as recently as 4/28. So I think its a steal at $380. But you're right $432 is closer to the low range of the going rate right now.
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