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# 11641 3-Feb-2007 22:14
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Please note that this is *not* my auction, and we dont normally allow the promotion of auctions on Geekzone.... but....

I saw this, and thought its a really good price for a unit that doesnt come up for sale secondhand very often...

http://www.trademe.co.nz/Electronics-photography/Phone-fax/Other/auction-86782110.htm







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  # 59715 3-Feb-2007 22:31
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Do you know what the SPA9000 costs new Tony?

I had a look on Ingram Micro's web site but for some reason, they don't list this particular model.



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  # 59718 3-Feb-2007 23:14
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I beleieve the SPA9000 is on restricted sale in New Zealand to approved integrators only.
I think its $600 - $900 ballpark. (Been a while since I looked on Ingrams site at this product)







 
 
 
 


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  # 59721 4-Feb-2007 09:24
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So ya gonna bid Tony? Could go for $250 with no reserve! :-)

I wouldn't mind having a play with one..
 
Any idea if VFX officially support the SPA9000 yet?




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  # 59723 4-Feb-2007 09:36
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id be surprised if it doesnt sell at that price, and would consider buying it myself, although i just dont need it.
Great device for someone who wants the functionality, but doesnt want to set up asterisk....









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  # 59724 4-Feb-2007 09:36
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and no, i beleieve its on the list for the future, but not currently supported by VFX (I think)







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  # 59876 6-Feb-2007 16:35
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It is currently supported on VFX, but only for business customers.

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