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    Question RT3000P question

    Thanks for your help!
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    IMO it sounds fair. Has it been the going price for them as of late? I don't know because I haven't been keeping track.

    A general guide to use for used speakers is around 3/8ths of the original MSRP. In this case it was $3,600 if I remember right. 3/8ths would be $1,350.
    polkaudio speakers: SDA-SRS-2.3 (modified) SDA-2B SDA-CRS+ RT3000p CS400i LF-14 Monitor 7B

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    Its about right i just watched a pair of them go for $1200 on ebay they were the Black ones. What color are your friends. I know the Rosewood normally are worth more to some people. My dad has a pair of Rosewoods that i am thinking of buying from him.

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    I just sold a pair of RT-3000p's for 1185.75 + 165 shipping on Ebay. I'm sure those are the ones you're referring to. I saw a pair 6 months or so ago in pretty beat up condition sell for $800 with local pick-up only on ebay.

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    I would think $1200-$1300 would be a good price range for the speakers.

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    Default 3000's

    And worth every penny......awesome speakers!

    -Luc
    "I'm sure it's better than it sounds."

    Mark Twains' response, when asked what he
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