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    Default RT400's Again

    So I already put yhis post up but it disappeared.

    I have a pair of RT400's and wanted to see what kind of value they might have in the used market.

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    This is not my pair.

    Does anyone feel this is a fair price for these?

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Polk...item19d92ca358

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    Thats one of my favorite polk speakers(not hearing many sda's) But thats about $500 too much for those gems!
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    $500 too much is generous....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ken brydson View Post
    $500 too much is generous....
    Yes,looking at ALL the pics,they are a little ruffed up! More like $580 to much! But these speakkers sound so much better than they look! Never pass up a chance to get yer ears on a pair!
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    OP, don't get your hopes up. You'll never get $700 for your RT400's. $100 if you're lucky. I had a chance to buy a pair for $125 and I passed. There are simply better deals to be had.
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    I have a pair of RTA8T's in my office rig I scored for $30. Just sayin...

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    Isn't that more than they MSRP'd for?
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    Pardon me kind sirs, but would somebody please pass the Grey Poupon?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nooshinjohn View Post
    Pardon me kind sirs, but would somebody please pass the Grey Poupon?
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    Default Price seems pricey

    I have a pair lot RT 400 also. Really good sounding speakers, but alas, they seem to be had from time to time for around $200. Hard to find a better speaker for that price though, if you haven't heard them and see a pair, givem a try!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LBrize View Post
    I have a pair lot RT 400 also. Really good sounding speakers, but alas, they seem to be had from time to time for around $200. Hard to find a better speaker for that price though, if you haven't heard them and see a pair, givem a try!
    I have a pair already and they don't sound bad. I was just trying to see what these were worth to decide if it is worth selling them?

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    I may list these locally and see what happens.

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