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    thinking about selling my polk 3000p,fx1000 and cs1000p (including stands).what would be a fair price to list them for.

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    I'll let someone chime in on the price, but that's a very sought after system if it's still in good shape you shouldn't have any problem finding buyers. What are you going to get instead?
    Theater Room: Pioneer Elite SC-35, RTi12's, Csi5, Fxi5's, Fxi3's, ED A5-350 sub, Optoma HD20, 92'' Elite Screen, Xbox One, APC H15, MIT Exp 2 SC's, Pepster PC's

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    $100 ;-)

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    i remember what i paid for them $$$$
    they are a 9 out of 10,work great and just a little dusty




    i think they are worth a bunch.i just want to be fair
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    Quote Originally Posted by B Run View Post
    I'll let someone chime in on the price, but that's a very sought after system if it's still in good shape you shouldn't have any problem finding buyers. What are you going to get instead?
    thats a good question...what am i gonna get instead?

    i really want to down size. i dont need a earth shattering home theater experience anymore...i really dont know

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    I just listened to Lord of the Rings opening sequence on my own semi-RT5000 system again. Wow...

    I'll probably never let mine be replaced by anything.

    I would like another pair of RT3000P's for rears and another CS1000P for rear center one day. SERIOUSLY, I hope to one day.
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    Most people just listen to music and watch movies . I am glad to be a part of a select group that tries to take our auditory and visual senses to a higher level: we EXPERIENCE them.... GOT SDA?...GOT SUNFIRE? ...GOT Maggies?

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    That's a great system. You may want to downsize now because you're excited about your new interest in Golf or the addition of a new kid or something, but in the end you will be reminded that music and movies suck unless heard at 110dB in a fully pressurized environment with your nuts tickling your tonsils.

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    I bet even a golf clap will blow your hair back

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    A true 9/10 system in black with no functional issues, I feel, would be priced fairly somewhere around 1250-1750. I know it's a broad ballpark, but I believe theyve been undervalued in the market in the last year. Personally, I feel anyone getting a set in perfect working order for less than $1800 is getting a steal based on performance, but the market is the market. All depends on how badly you want to sell and how long your willing to wait to get your price.
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    I agree, the demand is WAY higher than the supply so keep that in mind . I understand the downsizing thing but i'd hate to see you regret it and not be able to go back to the system you have.
    Theater Room: Pioneer Elite SC-35, RTi12's, Csi5, Fxi5's, Fxi3's, ED A5-350 sub, Optoma HD20, 92'' Elite Screen, Xbox One, APC H15, MIT Exp 2 SC's, Pepster PC's

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    Didn't you go through this about 6 months ago?

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    yup...been going back and forth for months..:(

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