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BFD dsp 1124 for $100?

Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by Eric:F, Jun 30, 2004.

  1. Eric:F

    Eric:F Well-Known Member

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    in mid june there were several web sites offering the BFD dsp 1124 for
    $99.99, some with free shipping.
    i went to order today and the best price i could find was $120.
    does anyone know where to get one for $100 or less?
    thanks,
    eric
     
  2. TimRP

    TimRP Well-Known Member

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    May sound dumb, but try Ebay.
     
  3. Felix_F

    Felix_F Well-Known Member

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    I bought my BFD at my local Guitar Center for less than $100. It was a never-used demo they had mounted in a display rack. Although, $20 more for one in a sealed box isn't such a bad deal, either, which is what I was prepared to spend if they had others in stock. I mean, what's twenty bucks, the price of a large pizza?

    Felix
     
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    I recently bought a used one on ebay for $96 (including shipping), which I considered a plenty reasonable deal. Of course it took me a few months of passively looking, but I was in no hurry so I didn't mind. If I was eager to get one soon I would not have hesitated to grab it for $120 from someplace like www.zzounds.com. It's still by far the cheapest parametric EQ you can find for a sub duty.

    BTW, I just checked zZounds to make sure they still had the $120 price I remembered. Right now they have a b-stock (probably a return) unit for $99.95 with free shipping. If I were you I'd jump on that deal. Last time I saw them have a b-stock it was $99 + shipping.

    -- Dave
     
  6. LuckyB

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    How do you hook this up? RCA cable or something special?
     
  7. Wayne A. Pflughaupt

    Wayne A. Pflughaupt Well-Known Member

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    It’s a pro-audio product, so it uses 1/4” or XLR connections, not RCA. However, a cable like this is all you need to connect it to a home system:



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    Regards,
    Wayne A. Pflughaupt
     

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