Potential use of non use equipment

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I have a Pioneer amp as a spare I also got a spare blu-ray player and a spare Arcam r-Blink, would it be worth buying 2 speakers and having 2 Channel speakers in use?

Or would I be better of with something like these?

 
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I have a Pioneer amp as a spare I also got a spare blu-ray player and a spare Arcam r-Blink, would it be worth buying 2 speakers and having 2 Channel speakers in use?

Or would I be better of with something like these?

Use what you have, makes no sense to keep them stashed away in a cupboard and spending out more money.
 

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I have a Pioneer amp as a spare I also got a spare blu-ray player and a spare Arcam r-Blink, would it be worth buying 2 speakers and having 2 Channel speakers in use?

Or would I be better of with something like these?

All that could be sold so more money in your pocket then for something new.
 
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I have given my dad back his CA 4K Blu-ray player and my dad wants my Pioneer 81 as a spare, just leaves me with Arcam R-Blink to sell.
 
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Still got a full 3 year warranty on my LG OLED from John Lewis, a new 4K Blu-ray player from Reavon and a new Denon amp with a 6 year warranty! :)
 
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You get so little for them these days. Just looked on eBay and the price is so low.
That's why I can never understand anyone who keeps a load of stuff as spares.
It sits in a cupboard losing value all the time and is unlikely to be used for some time.
Best to sell on while it still has some value as, if anything does go wrong with your current equipment, a cheap replacement can be acquired in no time.
 
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That's why I can never understand anyone who keeps a load of stuff as spares.
It sits in a cupboard losing value all the time and is unlikely to be used for some time.
Best to sell on while it still has some value as, if anything does go wrong with your current equipment, a cheap replacement can be acquired in no time.
That’s what I am now thinking too but my dad wants me to keep it instead of £100 selling it.
 
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it is sad to see the way prices have fallen for classic bits of kit like this but I guess A/V amps were always going to be vulnerable to this.
Yep, I managed to get it for £1500 before the price increase to £2000. Being able to get the Denon for £650 with a HDMI cable and 6 year warranty seemed to good to turn down after all these years. But the Pioneer amp will go down in history as a game changer for sure.
 

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