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  1. Bill Griffith

    Bill Griffith Supporting Actor

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    I need to find out how much my home theater system would sell for. Is there any place to go to get an idea what to sell the DVD player, rveiever and speakers for.

    Basically is thier a sight that gives bluebook values for electronic equipment?
     
  2. Pete H

    Pete H Stunt Coordinator

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    You might take a look at Audiogon.com
     
  3. Bill Griffith

    Bill Griffith Supporting Actor

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    thanks but nothing there.

    any books out there that give prices? I mean If I go to a pawn shop and sell this stuff how do they know what its worth?
     
  4. JackS

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    Bill- If your stuff is relatively new, you might start at about 50% off MSRP. Most street prices for NIB, usually can be found for 25/30% less suggested retail. Supply and demand will play a large part in the final price that piece of equipment may bring. A 50% off and a OBO would be a good generalization for most. Also check for average pricing on Ebay and Ubid. Forget the pawnshop, they'll not offer you anything even close to the true worth.
     
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    Here is the link to Audiogon's Audio Bluebook. I think it costs $20 to get projected cost.
     
  6. Larry B

    Larry B Screenwriter

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    Bill:

    Because of the economy and the stock market, prices for used audio equipment have been especially low.

    Larry
     
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