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Topic # 161948 24-Jan-2015 16:41
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ST50 model. Perfect working order, original box plus 2 sets of glasses, unused.

AM in CHristchurch so pick up only sorry

$1500 ONO

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  Reply # 1221437 24-Jan-2015 16:41
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  Reply # 1221488 24-Jan-2015 17:36
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When did you buy it? Do you have the full model alphabets



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  Reply # 1221503 24-Jan-2015 18:11
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Purchased July 2013

Model is 65st50

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  Reply # 1221546 24-Jan-2015 19:37
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I have the 60" but not selling

I am after a pair of the small [kids size] 3D active glasses for it if someone has pair ?



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  Reply # 1222332 26-Jan-2015 11:58
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Heading to TM for a higher price.

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  Reply # 1222714 26-Jan-2015 20:46
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Wow, that seems like a great price considering the quality of these and the fact you can't buy them new any more.  GLWS; I didn't have any luck selling my 42 inch ST50 but I was secretly happy as it's now our bedroom tv ;-)

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  Reply # 1222726 26-Jan-2015 21:04
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I need one ... But ... In wrong town ... Apparently must be transported upright



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  Reply # 1222967 27-Jan-2015 08:45
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sidefx: Wow, that seems like a great price considering the quality of these and the fact you can't buy them new any more.  GLWS; I didn't have any luck selling my 42 inch ST50 but I was secretly happy as it's now our bedroom tv ;-)


I do wonder sometimes. I don't people understand a great deal when they see it.

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  Reply # 1223003 27-Jan-2015 09:34
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I guess one of the limiting factors is the (lack of) transportability of the TV - given you're in Dunedin, you're pool of potential purchasers is limited to this area only.

And then there's the wider (mis)understanding of plasma amongst the general population - old technology, power-wasting, dim screens, don't cope with glare, colours that don't 'pop'...So it's really only a small group that have a knowledge of and liking for plasma!

I have the 60ST50 (is that the right order? - the 60" version of yours) and absolutely love it - and would certainly like a larger screen (though my wife would fight it!), but live in PN so it's out of the question! 

What did you replace this TV with? Given the relative lack of options to replace a decent plasma with it's always interesting...







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  Reply # 1223027 27-Jan-2015 10:30
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jonathan18: I guess one of the limiting factors is the (lack of) transportability of the TV - given you're in Dunedin, you're pool of potential purchasers is limited to this area only.

And then there's the wider (mis)understanding of plasma amongst the general population - old technology, power-wasting, dim screens, don't cope with glare, colours that don't 'pop'...So it's really only a small group that have a knowledge of and liking for plasma!

I have the 60ST50 (is that the right order? - the 60" version of yours) and absolutely love it - and would certainly like a larger screen (though my wife would fight it!), but live in PN so it's out of the question! 

What did you replace this TV with? Given the relative lack of options to replace a decent plasma with it's always interesting...






I'm in Christchurch :-D

Replaced it with an Elite Screens CineGrey 5D 1.5gain 110" screen and a Sony VPL HW-50ES Projector.

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  Reply # 1223046 27-Jan-2015 10:45
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I'm in Dunedin

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  Reply # 1223089 27-Jan-2015 11:30
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It is a great deal on a nice TV but I could never just have a projector setup and no TV.

I use my PJ for movies etc. and my 60" plasma for everyday TV viewing.




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  Reply # 1223147 27-Jan-2015 12:13
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lchiu7: It is a great deal on a nice TV but I could never just have a projector setup and no TV.

I use my PJ for movies etc. and my 60" plasma for everyday TV viewing.


I couldn't either. Until I got this screen. Does everything a Black Diamond screen does, but for $900NZD rather tahn $4k.

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  Reply # 1223150 27-Jan-2015 12:18
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If anyone happened to have a 55" similar model in Chch and wanted to upgrade size I would pay a good price for the 55".

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  Reply # 1223184 27-Jan-2015 12:59
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D.W: If anyone happened to have a 55" similar model in Chch and wanted to upgrade size I would pay a good price for the 55".


It's a total "Hail Mary" type pass, but I have a 50" VT20 series Panasonic plasma in Chch. It's older but it was top of the line then and still awesome (no Freeview HD tuner though). I might be interested in a size to 65" is someone wanted my 50" Plasma :-)

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/panasonic-tx-p50vt20b-tx-p50vt20-20100520694.htm

I could also borrow a van and we could do the upgrade circuit in one hit if it all works out - making sure to transport everything upright. (I still have the original box of course)

Cheers - N

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