I sold it on Craigslist.
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You should sell them (anything) asap while they still have more interested buyers, and thus some value. Delay, age, new technology advance,
I always try to find someone to give them to, usually successful.
This last one, a nice Onkyo TX-NR626 (retired when I got a unified Sony TV/AVR/BLU (for simplified remote) is still on the shelf.
I wanted to use it for the garage speakers AND shop speakers after my Tandberg 2080 fell apart, but, it does not drive 2 sets of speakers normally (tandberg could drive 3 sets of speakers), and this 'zone 2' setup is a nightmare, so I bought a bargain priced 2 channel Insignia with real two sets of speakers capability.
Onkyo supposed to go to my son's basement system, but he seems in no hurry to get it going. I should sell it, it's:
Some try and use them as door stops. But then you have to step over them. The bigger AVRs can be used as car ramps or boat anchors. Their best use will of course be to re-enact the famous Office Space printer scene. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9wsjroVlu8
I recently posted for free on Craigslist some old stuff I inherited, Bose acoustimass 5 set, Panasonic dvd-a120 , Panasonic vcr and Yamaha 740 receiver from 2002. I literally had 20 hits on it in an hour. Keep it out of the landfill if it works! Can still bring joy to many.
Side note- Craigslist has a Free section, I have found it a very efficient way to move things to give them a second life. It may surprise you what people are looking for and will take off your hands!