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Topic # 229046 5-Feb-2018 09:35
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$125 each for the Booms, same for the Touch. Or $300 for all three. These things are very hard to come by nowadays. I have decided to move to a Sonos based setup since they now have the Sonos One with Alexa integrated.

 

All in good condition, one of the Booms was in the kitchen so has a few marks, and all devices are 6-7 years old so the typical wear and tear you would expect, but they all function perfectly and still look great. 

 

Can probably ship the Touch (at the buyers expense) but the Booms are pretty heavy so would need to be pickup (Sumner, Christchurch).


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  Reply # 1953118 7-Feb-2018 16:27
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PRICE DROP!

 

$100 each or $250 for the lot.


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  Reply # 1953124 7-Feb-2018 16:36
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I wouldn't mind a look. Where in Sumner are you? I'm up Richmond Hill.




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  Reply # 1953130 7-Feb-2018 16:54
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  Reply # 1953145 7-Feb-2018 17:15
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Are the speakers OK on both the Booms? It's pretty common for the woofers to become defective. I should know, because mine are! Still trying to get around to a fix... Wondering if your devices might allow me to defer that further! :)




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  Reply # 1953149 7-Feb-2018 17:24
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As far as I can tell they are just fine. Been using them in the kitchen/bedroom up until a few days ago. Not at any great volume TBH but never noticed any issues.




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  Reply # 1960945 20-Feb-2018 13:20
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Both Booms have been sold, just the Touch left. Yours for $100, incl. shipping anywhere in NZ.




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  Reply # 1964543 26-Feb-2018 14:39
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No one interested in this? Willing to take $50...


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