NEW!! Infocus SP4805 - Never Opened - $700 shipped

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  1. Joe Thompson

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    Sold...
     
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    Wow...am I asking too much for this projector?
     
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    Well, I just bought an Infocus IN72 for about $730 shipped. So to answer your question, maybe....

    Tracy
     
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    Where did you find an Infocus IN72 for $730 shipped...

    Are you talking about w/ no Mail-in-rebate & factory warranty?

    Sounds too good to be true...but
     
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    With retail being $1299, street prices from dealers below that, once the MIR factors in, it's very likely to get the IN72 for that price brand new from a dealer with full warranty.


    ....just because you asked. Don't want this to be a threadcrap. You should try to return it to BB...the valu of this projector is probably around $500-550 now with the IN72 depressing prices....and the istuation will continue to get worse for the 4805.
     
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    Thanks guys,

    I appreciate an honest answer..& the first thing I tried was returning it to BestBuy. I didn't realize they had a 15 day return policy for projectors & I was a few days late. So, I thought I would just keep it as a spare, but I can't see keeping this thing & maybe never using it. The 4805 I am using is in perfect condition w/ 300hrs & I see no need to keep the brand new one.

    I went to the Infocus website & the rebate for the IN72 is expired...so current prices of the IN72 should be appx $900-$1200 from an authorized dealer.
     
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    So, I guess I will reduce it to $650 shipped...
     
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    Hi Joe

    My price was with a mail in rebate and the factory warranty. Those prices are pretty easy to find with an internet search. Infocus was offering a $300 rebate on their IN** projectors, but I think the "buy by" date has passed for that particular rebate. Good luck on your sale!!

    Tracy
     

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