mcintosh home theater pre-amp tuners.


I have a McIntosh mx132 home theater pre-amp tuner. it's list price was 7k. I see on ebay that many of these, mx130, mx135 and so on doesn't retain their value. is there a reason for this and where doe's mine stand?
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  mcgal, I am using the MX-132 for home theater, and only occasionally use it for two channel listening. I also own a C2300, and it is superior for two channel listening. 
Most of my audio equipment also came from Audio Classics, I am close enough to drive there as well as listen and pick up. Great bunch of guys there.
McIntosh MX132, MX121, MX122 aren't that good for two-channel listening to music. You will have to step up to its top of line HT preamp processor such as the MX160, MX151, MX150 to achieve great quality stereo listening to music to match with your MC602 amp. Since you aren't doing HT if I were you I would get a good quality stereo preamp. McIntosh makes good stereo preamp. 

McIntosh MX132, MX121, MX122 aren't that good for two-channel listening to music. You will have to step up to its top of line HT preamp processor such as the MX160, MX151, MX150 to achieve great quality stereo listening to music to match with your MC602 amp. Since you aren't doing HT if I were you I would get a good quality stereo preamp. McIntosh makes good stereo preamp.