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Alright this is nuts! 1 million plus for a pair of B&Ws!!!!!????!!!! (1 Viewer)

Ryan Solberg

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i can't believe the reserve hasn't been met yet @ 1.3mil.... holy crap... whats the MSRP on these babies? 2mil.... 3mil...4MIL?

i just have to say that spending 1mil+ on a pair of fronts is just gross... it makes me sick. 1mil could buy me enuf pizza, sobe and donuts to feed me til i graduate with an EE degree(4-5yrs from now).
 

Michael_Hml

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My guess is he meant to put in $13500.00 with a reserve somewhere above that, and didn't put in the decimal points, so they started at $1,350,000.00 with a reserve of 1,500,000 or something like that.

-Mike
 

mark rush

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The nautilus 800 series are nice, the N801 3way speakers sell for 11000.00 a pair, I think the add is a little on the HIGH side
 

Myron

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Even if the seller posted it with the decimal in the wrong place, there have been 6 bids for that incorrect amount. That's what really amazing. Especially when you consider that they list for between $16000 and $20,000 max.

Why are people bidding that amount? crazy, eh?
 

James Bergeron

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With 1Mil you could probably get enough pizza for life! $20 for a pizza (ok that's even over doing it!) for 365 days a year for 100 years is only $730,000!
ummmm pizza!:D
 

Martin Rendall

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I guess people are bidding because they think it's funny. As long as you don't hit the reserve, you're a high roller!

Martin.
 

ChrisWiggles

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:laugh: HAHA! Yeah, the first thing I am gonna do when I win the lottery is buy pizza.... enough pizza so that I can eat pizza forever... guh. I'd just buy emeril :)
 

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