Nopes, I don't knows of anys... But most of the retail shops will lease it to you for the retail price, since you'd want it for the length of a product cycle, which seems reasonable to me.
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Leases are really financing arrangements, and audio dealers are not banks. You need a whole separate infrastructure to do leasing, and the high-end market isn't large enough to support that infrastructure. (Car companies do it because they really are banks--think GMAC.)
You can accomplish the same thing without a lease, however:
1) Take out a consumer loan for the cost of the gear (or use a line of credit or put it on a credit card or whatever).
2) Sell it when you're ready to move on.
It will work out to the same thing,
been there done that with the trade in trade up, but that required an large initial outlay of cash.....
doing financing arrangement with my credit card(s), but i dislike the hassle with having to sell them...when it comes time to unload
with the upgrade, that is fine/acceptable as long as you stay with the same manufacturer/vendor