So I walked into my local pawn shop to have a look around this morning, and noticed a nice looking subwoofer in between some junky ones. Took a closer look and saw the Paradigm "P" logo and started to get a little happy, looked at the rear sticker to get the model number and got a little happier had a look at the price sticker, and got straight up wood ...$101. I don't remember what they were retailing for, but the MSRP was between $1,700-$2,000. It pushes 1,200w rms and 4,500w peak, very low distortion at and under 20hz. Thing weighs 69lbs, but is only like 14"x14"x15", runs 1 12" active and two 10" passives. It's a fucking face raping beast. I left and came back a couple hours later, decided not to wait until Friday to get it, you never know if there's another me that knows what it is, and couldn't resist the ridiculously low price. Glad I went back because I hadn't even noticed them, but right next to the sub were two Pioneer Elite AVR's, a VSX-72TXV, and a VSX-82TXS, both for only $121 each. I thought about buying both and selling the 72TXV, but decided to just get the 82TXS since it has 3 HDMI inputs. Only thing that I had second thoughts about was that neither decodes DTS-HDMA, or Dolby TrueHD, but fuck it, that quality for that price? I can live with it. Cliffs, scored almost $3,000 worth of audio gear for $220 at a pawn shop.