Posted by Isao Asakura on February 06, 2004 at 12:17:36:
In Reply to: eBay Item 3075802245, AU-AL907MRX posted by Isao Asakura on February 06, 2004 at 11:41:20:
I need to make a correction on what I wrote. “Damaso”, means “let’s cheat”, not “Danaso”. This seller’s name is DAMASO2004; therefore, he is still saying “let’s cheat 2004” in Japanese, but I don’t know if he actually means that; it still could be a coincidence.
: Hi, all.
: There is Sansui AU-AL907MRX for sale on eBay, item# 3075802245. In my knowledge, I don't know if Sansui ever mass-produced AU-Alpha907MRX. In addition to that, the photo this seller showing is not one for AU-Alpha907MRX, but one for AU-Alpha907 Limited, and this photo came from this site at http://www.sansui.us/images/AL907_Limited/al907_limited_9.jpg.
: I think it's my responsibility to protect everybody in this community from being misrepresented by the information that I have provided. I'm not saying this seller is cheating or anything like that. Just I'm warning my friends in this community that what you see is NOT what you get.
: If you would like to see the real AU-Alpha907MRX, please go to http://www.sansui.us/images/Issue_AU111vsAL907MR/Dsc000067_800.jpg. This is the exact model being exhibited on the NY Audio Fare in 1995 (1994?) as a prototype, not a mass produced model (wood side panels are moved on this photo). Sansui introduced this model in Japan as AU-Alpha907MR. In Europe, this model might have been called AU-907MRX.
: Finally, regarding this seller's name, DANASO2004. Danaso means "let cheat" in Japanese. This might be coincidence as well. I'm just offering information I know of, and give you guys a chance for your second thought if you are considering, or already bidding on this item.
: Best Regards,
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