FOR SALE: : Pioneer Elite Pro-99 51" RPTV (NY Metro Area)

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  1. Phil C.

    Phil C. Auditioning

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    For Sale: Pioneer Elite Pro-99 51" RPTV. Purchased in November 1997 from
    Harvey Electronics in Paramus, NJ ($4,000 plus). Five year extended warranty
    is in effect until November 2002. This set has been the centerpiece of our
    Home Theater for the last 4 1/2 years and has served us well. It has
    received nothing but TLC from the first day and will continue to provide
    endless hours of enjoyment to anyone who buys it. We live in the NY Metro
    area (Queens) and will be happy to sell it to anybody willing to come and
    view the set for themselves, demo it, and take it home with them. Ideally
    somebody from the NY Metro Area (5 Boros, Long Island, NJ, or Connecticut)
    is the perfect candidate, but if you are willing to make the drive, please
    do not hesitate to inquire.
    The set is perfect condition. The black piano finish is stunning and still
    looks like new. We are selling the set because we are redecorating the
    living room and buying a plasma display and really do not have room anywhere
    else in the house for the set. If you have always wanted a high quality
    display but held off because of the price or the ever changing market, why
    not bridge the gap with this affordable find.
    Asking $975.00
    For questions or interest, please feel free to send e-mail to
    [email protected] After the initial e-mail I will be happy talk on the
    phone, answer any questions I can, and set up a demo. Some specs are listed
    below. Original manual, remote control, copy of the original purchase
    paperwork, and the balance of the extended warranty are included and will be
    provided upon pick-up.
    Thanks,
    Phil
    Pioneer Elite Pro-99 51" Rear Projection Monitor Receiver:
    Piano Lacquer Urushi Finish
    Whole Screen IR Receiver for Custom Installation
    3 Color Temperature Settings
    Heads-Up Smart and Pre-Programmed Remote
    New Improved GUI Menu System
    Performance Features:
    16 X 10.7 Aspect Ratio Cinema Wide System
    Large Emitter CRT
    Advance Scan Velocity Modulation (RGB)
    0.52 mm Super Fine Pitch Screen
    Auto Super Gradation Circuit
    DPO (Dynamic Picture Optimizer)
    Built-In 2-Way Speakers (6 - 5/16" x 2 and 2 - 3/8" x 2)
    S-Video Inputs (3 Rear, 1 Front)
    Gold Plated A/V Inputs (3 Rear, 1 Front)
    3 Dimensional Comb Filter
    Vertical Contour Control
    Dual Tuner, High Resolution PIP
    Triple Dynamic Focus Circuit
    Pure Red and Green Lens
    Detachable Protective Tinted Panel
    First Surface Mirror
    Black Cabinet
    Extended Data Service (EDS)
    Full Cinema Mode
    Auto Flesh Tone circuit
    Video Noise Reduction Circuit (Y/C)
    A/V Output, Audio Output, SR In/Out
     
  2. Phil C.

    Phil C. Auditioning

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    Based upon some of the inquiries I have received, I need to make some clarifications and a minor correction. The TV was purchased in December, 1997 not November; therefore, the warranty is in effect until December 6, 2002.
    This set is pre HD and does not have component inputs. Dispaly options are via S-Video, Composite, or RF. There are multiple inputs of each, two antenna inputs, PIP, two (2) different memory settings for pciture controls for use on multiple inputs, Center and outer point convergence adjustments, plus much more. Pioneer Elite TV's were and continue to remain at the top of the list as far Picture and Build Quality. This set provides the best possible NTSC (regular TV reception via antenna, cable, or satellite) picture and cinema like DVD performance. I am sure that there will be no comparison when it comes to standard viewing compared to any current low to mid end HDTV you can find. You really have to see the picture and experience it for yourself.
    I am hoping that there is somebody who wants a quality large screen TV and is just not happy plunking down $2-3K for a HDTV that is going to be used to watch standard TV and DVD's. Somebody who is not ready to make the committment to HDTV until all this copyright protection digital input mess is settled, but wants the best quality picture they can get. This set accomplishes this without breaking the bank and will bridge that gap until such time you are ready to make that substantial purchase and go the full HDTV route.
    Again, any questions, please e-mail me at [email protected] Unsure? live in the area? Come see for yourself. You will not be disappointed.
    Thanks,
    Phil
     
  3. Phil C.

    Phil C. Auditioning

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    Bump....

    No interest? Am I asking to much?

    Everybody have a good day.

    Phil
     
  4. Chris Rosene

    Chris Rosene Second Unit

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    I'm interested, but you're too far away [​IMG]
    As Matt Stone would say - "Why don't you live in my apartment complex"!!
     
  5. Phil C.

    Phil C. Auditioning

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    Thanks Chris!
    Damn travel distance...[​IMG] It's always something. Thanks for at least letting me know.
    There is also a beautiful Oak Home Theater Wall unit with two towers and a bridge that is available if and when somebody comes to look at the TV. The whole package can be had very reasonably. All I need is somebody who wants a really great TV and a great deal. I promise, you will not be disappointed.
    Thanks again.
    Phil
     
  6. Phil C.

    Phil C. Auditioning

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    Sorry to bump my own post again...
    This TV needs a good home. Won't you please help. [​IMG]
     

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