FS: Panasonic DVD-A320 DVD Player

John Wilson

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I have had this unit for about a year and have only watched 2 movies on it. It was a back-up unit to my Toshiba SD-5109 player as I was concerned about the playback of the Tosh on non-interlaced DVDs. I learned to like the Tosh so the Panny did not get used. I purchased the A320 used from our own Robert George so you know it is still in excellent shape.

This deck was the predecessor to the RV-80 and produces an excellent non-progressive picture. I have the original box, remote and manual. I'm selling for $200 including shipping. Thanks for looking!
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John Wilson

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Bump...

Priced reduced to $200 including shipping. This is a great deck guys!
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John F. Wilson
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The fact that no one is jumping on this should be a big hint that the price you are asking is far too high. Just consider the fact that a brand new five-disc Panasonic DVD-CV51 can be bought for less than $225 and, unlike your player, it would still be under warranty. I doubt you'll do any better on eBay at that price.
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The fact that no one is jumping on this should be a big hint that the price you are asking is far too high. Just consider the fact that a brand new five-disc Panasonic DVD-CV51 can be bought for less than $225 and, unlike your player, it would still be under warranty. I doubt you'll do any better on eBay at that price.
Any reason you didn't send this via e-mail?
If I ever try to sell anything on this forum , rest assured that I won't be needing this kind of "help."
 

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