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Master Geek
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Topic # 31345 13-Mar-2009 19:54
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Hey, I wanna sell my LCD tv in Trademe but im not too sure as too what its worth. I think I brought it for like $1700. Had it for a year and 10 months. Still in perfect nic really and has a stand. I was thinking around $850-$1000?  Heres a link to its specs: http://www.priceme.co.nz/Philips-37-37PFL7422-WXGA-1080P-HD-LCD-TV/p-1402705.aspx


Oh and number 2: I will be buying a new one, looking for either a 40" or 37" full HD(1080P capable) LCD and a decent contrast ratio. Any thoughts just not a philips one want to try a new company (preferably not sony too expensive) and yeh dont have any other guide lines apart from nothing over a $1800.


FANX!!

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  Reply # 201104 13-Mar-2009 20:39
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I'm a little confused as to why you would sell your 1080p 37" TV to buy maybe another 1080p 37" tv??



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  Reply # 201131 13-Mar-2009 22:28
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Cause its I want to buy a newer model and dw I found a model I like, its a 40". Any clue on the price I could get for my current one?

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