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legacy elan z system - original retail pricing anyone?
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Post 1 made on Monday November 6, 2017 at 19:27
razking
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I've been asked to write up a claim regarding a stolen elan z system which i am Guessing comprised of 2 Z630 pre-amp(s), Z660 amps, and 6 sets of the Z100 + Z150 keypads.

Does anyone have an approximate retail price for these items when new?

I've got no clue as to the speakers that were yanked from the ceiling other than the holes are about 8.5" in diameter. If Elan made a speaker around that size and someone has an idea as to what it might have been and what it might have cost that would be great to know (and really odd that you remembered).

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Post 2 made on Monday November 6, 2017 at 19:49
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On November 6, 2017 at 19:27, razking said...
I've been asked to write up a claim regarding a stolen elan z system which i am Guessing comprised of 2 Z630 pre-amp(s), Z660 amps, and 6 sets of the Z100 + Z150 keypads.

Does anyone have an approximate retail price for these items when new?

I've got no clue as to the speakers that were yanked from the ceiling other than the holes are about 8.5" in diameter. If Elan made a speaker around that size and someone has an idea as to what it might have been and what it might have cost that would be great to know (and really odd that you remembered).

TIA

Richard

Well, I show the Z630s are $960 each, The Z660s as $820, Z100 at $260, Z150 at $130.
OP | Post 3 made on Monday November 6, 2017 at 20:05
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super - thanks!

Did Elan have a Tuner or CD or other sources that were optional plug ins?
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OP | Post 4 made on Monday November 6, 2017 at 20:14
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guy just sent me a crappy picture that shows the equipment at an angle. Can't read what all the pieces are but i do see an Elan Digital Dual Tuner, 3 seemingly identical all black units that look to have a strip of plastic in the middle of the facia that is coming unstuck. Also stacked are 2 or 3 (its cut off) units that have a silver open rectangle in the middle of the facia.

don't know how to post a picture here
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Post 5 made on Tuesday November 7, 2017 at 01:18
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On November 6, 2017 at 20:14, razking said...
don't know how to post a picture here

Yeah, picture will help.

Go to whatever service you use to store your pictures.
Select the picture and look for "share" or "create share link" button or icon. Looks live Visio shape (split) 1-to-2.
Get a link and post it here.
Post 6 made on Tuesday November 7, 2017 at 01:23
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Back to original question.
I know you said you're looking for retail price.
Ask claims adjuster if clients have replacement policy.

The only reason to ask for original retail price is to calculate devaluated price to cut a check.
Client will almost always be better of with replacement equipment as it'll include cost of current equipment procurement, labor for installation, repairs, programming and warranty.
Post 7 made on Tuesday November 7, 2017 at 07:21
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Ands the speakers sound like 6.5". Elan had many levels in that size. $199/pr to $540/pr


Holy crap...I just went down the rabbit hole and found a full folder of catalogs, powerpoint trainings...everything from TechWeek 2008...funny stuff.


Oh and dual tuner is $799 (DTNR)

Last edited by jrainey on November 7, 2017 07:36.
OP | Post 8 made on Tuesday November 7, 2017 at 13:23
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[Link: icloud.com]


link to the picture
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Post 9 made on Tuesday November 7, 2017 at 15:05
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Those are the D series power amps on the right...either D660 or D400....$1055 or $735 retail.

In all probability those are D660 at $1055/ea matching up with the 3 zone Z630's to the left

Last edited by jrainey on November 7, 2017 15:15.


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