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Old 7th October 2007, 03:17 AM   #1
Dougie085 is offline Dougie085  United States
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Ok well I'm getting ready for some upgrades decided I would try posting this stuff here first.

Klipsch RF62 Mains and RC62 Center - Not even a year old yet been very well taken care of. I don't believe there are any scratches on them even and if there are they are not even noticeable. RF62's for $450.00 RC62 for $250.00. Shipping is on buyer or local pickup is welcomed I'm in the Pittsburgh, PA area.

Yamaha RX-V2400 5.1 Reciever. Great little receiver I'm the second owner and its in excellent condition functionality wise and cosmetic. Would like to get 250 for it.

Yamaha DV-S5750 DVD Player supports DivX video and all the standard audio formats and what not. Very nice little DVD player. $40.00

Just to give an idea on MSRP's of these items.
Klipsch RF-62 Mains retail for 798.00 a pair. On ebay 319.00 each.
RF-62 Center retails for 449.00. On ebay 325.
RX-V2400 Retailed for 1000.00. On ebay 499.99
DV-S5750 Retailed for 179.99. On ebay 69.99

All items but the DVD Player have origional boxes and manuals. I have the remote for the DVD player and the remote for the reciever. I don't have the box for the DVD player as it was purchased as an open box item. But it will be put into a box and wrapped in plastic bag to keep moisture out upon shipping.

All prices are somewhat negotiable. Trades are welcome something I'm really looking for right now is a 5/7 channel amp a decent one. Not sure what else? Been looking for a used projector like the H78 or HD7100.

I also have a Lacie 160gb portable external hard drive. Its USB 2.0 and powers it self off the usb port it also has a seperate power supply. This is brand new in box. $75.00 Very nice little drive I have one that I use for my laptop all the time.

KWORLD ATSC-110 PCI Interface Digital / Analog HDTV Tuner and TERK HDTVi Directional indoor UHF/VHF HDTV antenna sell them together for $60.00

More to come possibly...
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Old 11th October 2007, 02:02 PM   #2
Dougie085 is offline Dougie085  United States
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You can make offers on anything. I'm really looking to sell this stuff to work on my other projects and I need the space.
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