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FS: Sony 53" Hi-Scan Projection TV CT-area (1 Viewer)

Rob||Kur||

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Thinking of selling this because I plan on moving into an apartment and I think it will simply be too big.

Bought this in November 2000 and it's had rather light use. It has a Tweeter warranty up to 11/2005. HDTV-compatible.

Available for pick-up in Brookfield, CT. I will take $1500/OBO.

 

Rob||Kur||

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Ok, gotta sell soon. I'm moving real soon. This was new for around $3000 not that long ago. $1300 firm. C'mon guys, the warranty is worth at least $200 on its own. :)

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Jim_F

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It's a KP-53HS10, right? I'm watching with interest as I'll probably need to sell mine some day.

This baby does the anamorphic "squeeze trick", so it's like having a 48" wide screen with all the benefits of having the big image on 4:3 material. The best of both worlds, so to speak. I like its line doubler a lot, as well. I think this set does a nice job on marginal (no set does really well with really bad signals) images.

$1300 sounds like a good price for a set that even had its own fansite (it's down now, it was still up a month or 2 ago)
 

Rob||Kur||

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Yup, that's the one. I'm just going to be doing so much moving in the next few years, a big TV like that won't make sense.
 

Rob||Kur||

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That's odd, wondering where my post went.

Anyway, gotta move quick, so I'll let it go for $1100.
 

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