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Denon AH-D7000 $550 @ J&R| $511.50 after CB

post #1 of 20
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I know theres a couple threads dedicated to the D7000 and deals but this is a great price and the lowest i've seen thus far. Hopefully this interests a Head-Fier or 2

They are OUT OF STOCK but you can still order and lock in at that price.

Get an addition 7% back by going through MS Cashback which brings the total down to $511.50 shipped to residents outside of NY. Basically 50% off the launch price of a couple months ago. Darn good if you ask me.

If you arent familiar with the MS cashback promotion please search or perhaps someone here can fill you in. Im a bit tired.

Link

Cashback Link for 7% off purchases at J&R [Look at the bottom of the Shop Direct Links, bottom left hand corner]



And for anyone that ordered recently at $599 from them, shoot them an email or give them a quick call. I believe they honor their prices for 30 days, so you should be able to get a refund of the difference.
post #2 of 20
wow.

so much for $1000 reference 'phone, eh?
post #3 of 20
Wow, indeed.

Bring on the $515 dollar reference phone.

I paid close to the MSRP and still feel like I got a bargain. They are practically giving these things away. :-)
post #4 of 20
It still sounds like a $1000 reference 'phone though. I actually think they're great value even at full MSRP.
post #5 of 20
You can't technically 'lock in' a price. They can always cancel your order as out of stock, not able to fill.
post #6 of 20
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Originally Posted by Maxvla View Post
You can't technically 'lock in' a price. They can always cancel your order as out of stock, not able to fill.
Yeah, but this is J&R, they don't (usually?) pull stuff like that..... at least not for me, I ordered discounted stuff before from them and they always honored their price when it came back in stock

I didn't know about this cashback thing, I have to see if I can amend my order (or redo it) since I ordered at $549


Edit: damn, I don't think the cashback works for international? I can't register my Canada address in my Live account? Oh I see, it's for US residents only. Ah well, $549 is still a onehella deal.
post #7 of 20
That is really good value!! I wish I am in NY!
post #8 of 20
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Originally Posted by obobskivich View Post
wow.
so much for $1000 reference 'phone, eh?
That's the fun part. They are still reference level phones - just because the price dropped doesn't change that. Here is a potential opportunity to grab them at a retardedly low bargain price. In my opinion they are even worth the MSRP of $900ish. But at $550ish, it is an insane deal for such an awesome pair of phones. At $550 it is like you are freaking stealing them.

But hey, if you want to impress your friends with the "status and bling" of spending big bucks on the D7000s, there are still plenty of places that will happily charge you $999 for them.

At $550, they become the best bargain (when a performace/price ratio is considered) in the world of headphones as far as I'm concerned - or at least out of the several dozens of headphones I have owned or heard during my Head-Fi career (see profile).
post #9 of 20
I couldn't pass this up, I put in an order this morning for them.
post #10 of 20
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Originally Posted by obobskivich View Post
wow.

so much for $1000 reference 'phone, eh?
the quality doesnt diminish. I just feel bad for the people who paid close to MSRP over the last few weeks. Likewise for anyone that purchased a D5000 which i think still sells at $400-$500. Stuff like that would bother me. Regardless of if the performance is worth it to you, money is money.

The most remarkable part is they're still turning a worthwhile profit.
post #11 of 20
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Originally Posted by Maxvla View Post
You can't technically 'lock in' a price. They can always cancel your order as out of stock, not able to fill.
Though, keep in mind, If they charge your card, then they cannot cancel the order.. at least not legally.
post #12 of 20
I talked to a guy at JR today about the price and he said if I ordered them at that price then that's what they are. He also said that they could go up after they get more in stock but I'd be good to go if I ordered now. He even gave me his employee # and told me to put it in the comments section of the order form to make sure.
post #13 of 20
Augh, it is so tempting to cancel my order of the HD800 and order the D7000. I wish there had been at least one comparison of the two headphones by this point.

edited to add: looks like I'll be saving ~$850 and ordering these. The HD800 can wait.
post #14 of 20
I placed an order. Guess we'll see.
post #15 of 20
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Originally Posted by Skin View Post
the quality doesnt diminish. I just feel bad for the people who paid close to MSRP over the last few weeks. Likewise for anyone that purchased a D5000 which i think still sells at $400-$500. Stuff like that would bother me. Regardless of if the performance is worth it to you, money is money.

The most remarkable part is they're still turning a worthwhile profit.
i get that quality didnt go down...


it was a joke....
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