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Topic # 23105 18-Jun-2008 10:51
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Going to sell my beloved 47" Toshiba LCD - 47WL66AS - 1920x1080 panel.
Offering here first before it goes on TradeMe.

These retailed for $4999 when new but are no longer available.
The closest now is the 46" at $4299.

It is about 8 months old and has been working perfectly with my HTPC.
I really don't want to sell it but new baby means we need money rather than entertainment Frown
I still have the box for it so could freight if required but would prefer pickup if possible in Whangarei.

Inputs include:

1x VGA
1x Coax for standard TV
1x S-Video/Composite on side of panel (AV2)
1x Component/Composite on back (AV1)
1x Component only on back (AV3)

PRICE - $3500 ono

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  Reply # 141262 29-Jun-2008 16:52
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Is the price too high?

I could also drop off in Auckland if that helps.

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