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    Default Audio blue book lookup?

    Anyone here subscribe to the Audiogon blue book to find out prices? I don't want to pay for it, that would kind of defeat the purpose unless the item you are interested in is really expensive.

    If someone does let me know about Music Hall 25.2 and 25.3 DAC's.
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    Send me 5 bucks and I'll tell ya!!!!!

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    Go ahead and pay for it if you can.

    You never know what might cross your path. I paid it, and when I renewed, they gave me an extra year or two on top of the reg. subscription time-line,price deal. I've had alot of times I saw something on Craigs list and went there for advice. Well worth it.

    Good luck.
    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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    Bluebooks are hit and miss. Just search online to find completed sales to get an idea. If those books were true, then I would have a fortune in my old sports cards. ie: A card listed in the "book" might say $100, but might only fetch $20. A true "value" is what people will actually pay you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony M View Post
    Go ahead and pay for it if you can.

    You never know what might cross your path. I paid it, and when I renewed, they gave me an extra year or two on top of the reg. subscription time-line,price deal. I've had alot of times I saw something on Craigs list and went there for advice. Well worth it.

    Good luck.
    Did they give you the extra time without asking? I recently renewed, and I didn't get anything.....

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    Yes they did.

    50.00 first year

    50.00 for two more years. This might be standard practice from them. I liked it when I saw it in an email they sent me when it was time to renew or when I went to renew, I saw the deal.
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