Need help on pricing my old Sony 32" XBR T.V.

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  1. Dan_J_H.

    Dan_J_H. Stunt Coordinator

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    I just bought the Sony KV-34XBR800 tv and LOVE it [​IMG] I want to sell my old Sony KV-32XBR45 32" tv purchased on 10-22-95. The set was priced at $1,600. I talked the price down to $1,400. This set has a flat screen (up-down) and curved (left-right). Included are a remote, wireless head phones (never used) and the owners manual. This set works just as good as new and is from a non-smoking home.
    I would like to find out what would be a good asking price for this set. My guess would be about $300 or $400.
    Thanks,
    Dan
     
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    David,

    Thanks for the link to Orion Blue Books. A member was posting in this forum a few days ago about the Denon AVR-4802 that he claimed he was going to get for $700. Well, he got a few laughs out of some of the members here. For giggles, I pulled up the data on the 4802:

    Retail
    MSRP: $2,500.00
    USED: $1,551.00
    Wholesale
    Mint: $1,034.10
    Average: $689.47

    It looks like a used AVR-4802 can still command quite a good price.

    Dan,

    I would think that your 32" Sony would easily command $400.00. I was in Wal-Mart the other day and watched a guy buy a 31" Magnavox (non-flat screen) for $399 + tax. I actually helped him get it onto the dolly so the associate could truck it out to his car. The Magnavox had to have weighed only about 70 - 80 Lbs. - probably a whole lot less than your Sony which probably weighs 140+ Lbs. The Sony TVs are built like tanks. Good luck with your sale.
     

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