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Im moving- Sell or move my Mitsubishi 65905

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Andrew P, May 20, 2001.

  1. Andrew P

    Andrew P Second Unit

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    Im not sure if the hometheater hardware was the right forum so I posted a copy here as well.
    Im moving into a townhouse condominium in the next month and I am having a dilemna. I dont know if I should move my Mitsubishi 65905 or sell it and get the 73907 when I move into the place. Has anyone moved one of these tv's before? I want to get a moving company if I go that route just for insurance purposes.
    Also, how would I go about selling such a huge tv?? I have tried to unload it to all of my friends for $2,000 with a 4 year extended warranty, but there are no takers. Any ideas and experiences would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks,
    Andy
     
  2. Matt Stryker

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    Is this the 16:9 Diamond model? If so, you should have no problem selling it on this board for $2000, especially with a transferrable warranty.
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  3. Andrew P

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    Yes this is the 16:9 Diamond model that I purchased a year ago in April with the extended warranty. I guess my concern is someone dishing out all the money and having to worry about burn in, etc (although there really are no worries as everything has been set from day 1 using VE.)
    I also dont watch any programming in 4:3 mode. I stretch everything and im used to the fat looking faces :)
    Andy
     

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