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Product Brand & Model:

Denon DSV-1 Volume Level Meter (Black Version)

Condition of all items:

New old stock, never used.

Total Price: :

$299, shipped to lower 48

Shipping Terms: :

Included (to all 50 US states)

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Back up for sale. Imported last year from Japan, because I was hoping to eventually find a black Denon DCT-1 to pair up with it, but don’t think I will ever find one for an affordable price.

I had this listed a few weeks ago, but I pulled it temporarily because I wanted to be sure as I could that it was authentic. As you can see in the photos, the Denon sticker has Korean writing, which confused me, because I thought Denon made everything in Japan. Anyway, I have talked to a few people in Japan and Malaysia, and they agree that it is authentic.

The reproductions don’t have the Denon logo badge and just say “left” and “right” at the bottom of the faceplate. Maybe this was produced for the Korean market when they were being made or Denon had the meters made in Korea? I don’t know for sure as they are not made anymore and are rare, but this unit is exactly like all of the other Denon DSV-1s that I have seen for sale over the past year, and really cool.

I had a Korean friend translate the sticker and it says, “The product with this sticker attached is a genuine Denon product and if this sticker is removed we will not guarantee the warranty of this product and legal action will be taken on making unauthorized sticker or copy.”


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