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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Roger Kaufmann, Nov 7, 2002.
Wow, look at this...
As good as they might be I think I'll pass.
I thought the most expensive speakers B&W made were $30K
A slight typo when keying in the price, methinks.
If they said Bose on them, someone would probably buy them for that price.
The B&W Nautilus Prestige retail for $60,000 but can be found for approx $20,000.
They are one of my favorite designs for a loudspeaker so different than anything else on the market.
I made a sculpture of one for a 3D art class and I also drew a picture of one here.
B&W doesn't sell anything for $1,000,000. I think that person is just trying to rip ppl off by bidding on his own item and making ppl think it's real.
someone made a bid
and the reserve is not met !
I'm not sure what the deal is with that auction but if the seller doesnt kill it and correct the price they are going to owe eBay an almost $20,000 commission the moment the auction ends and then have to sort it out later.
Nah, he won't pay any commision if the reserved price will not met. But he does have to pay big bucks for listing fee since he started it at more than a mil.
You would think for that kind of money that a photo would be posted.
You know, I was going to place a bid of $1.2 million but $1.3 million is out of my ballpark.
This is a mistake. These speakers never sold for around $1 million.
B&Ws tap out at around $70K.
This is a joke from someone with no seller detail.
If I had that much money, I would be calling Rockport Technologies and be done with it.