The RA-10 is described as an 'entry-level' product. Wel,l it must be one of the best entry-level products on the planet. THD < 0.03% at full power and below; IMD ditto; frequency response 10-40KHz (I measured far more, see below); SNR -80dB (phono), -100dB (all other inputs); damping factor 180; CD/DVD, tuner, two AUX line level inputs. phono, tape in/out, 3.5mm media input; headphone jack; two pairs of speakers individually selectable, .... See the manufacturer's product page.
I bought an entry-level Rotel in about 1970 and used it for over 15 years before better equipment came my way.
This unit is several years old (model introduced in 2012). It is in mint condition, no marks, and comes with the original carton, manual, and leads. The image shown is from the marketing material but this one is identical, or your money back.
I have fully bench-tested it, and it meets or exceeds all factory specifications, some of them by a very considerable margin. Rotel have always been wideband fans: this one is specified to 40KHz, but I measured it as -3dB at 5.5Hz and over 300KHz respectively, which is stunning.