FS : Sony KV-32HS500 (DVI) HD Wega (TX)

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  1. Skyler

    Skyler Stunt Coordinator

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    I bought this flawlessSony KV-32HS500 a few months ago to use in the bedroom. It has been a wonderful TV,but is too deep for my new Armoire. Wifey says no more hack jobs (furniture costs much more than TV for once). Anyways, the TV is LOADED! It has an unreal HD picture, has to be seen to understand. It also has DVI (HDCP) & Memory Stick. Asking $900 (Texas). I MAY be able to work out a Texas delivery as well.

    http://reviews.cnet.com/Sony_WEGA_KV...5.html?tag=dir
     
  2. Skyler

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    OK, howsabout $875?
     
  3. Josh Varghese

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    You got mail [​IMG]
     
  4. Skyler

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    Still for sale, $850...I even have a Panasonic DVD-XP30 sitting in the box looking for a home.
     
  5. Ritesh_M

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    that's kinda high isn't it with the prices on TV's coming down so fast?? what does it normally sell for??
     
  6. Skyler

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    Why would you be so ignorant as to say it's "kinda high", when you don't even know what it normally sells for?

    This years model, the 510 (basically the same) is $1300 PLUS TAX & OR DELIVERY. This model was the same price.

    I fail to see how $850 total is kind of high.

    http://www.crutchfield.com/cgi-bin/S...=0&cc=01&avf=N
     
  7. Skyler

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    OK, $825 is the bottom of the barrell.[​IMG]
     

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