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Topic # 236104 17-May-2018 21:30
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We're moving so all bits must go! All exclude postage ($5 unless otherwise noted). I'm in Beachlands

 

 

 

Draytek Vigor 120 $40

 

Optical to Coax (Audio) converter with power pack $5

 

Linksys WAG200G $5

 

Passive HDMI - CAT5 Baluns $5

 

Monoprice HDX404E HDMI 4 x 4 Matrix Switch in original box $80 (Postage $10)

 

Asus ATI 6950 $20 (Postage $10)

 

Mini-VCI OBDII - USB Cable $5

 

HDMI Splitter 3 x 1 passive switch cable $5

 

HDMI Extender Powered. This one $20

 

TP-Link TL-1043ND V1.7 $10

 

TP-Link TL-SF1009D 10/100 switch, still in plastic wrapper $15

 

Airport Express A1264 $20

 

 


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  Reply # 2018059 17-May-2018 21:48
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Possibly keen on some stuff - do you come in to anywhere more central?




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  Reply # 2018062 17-May-2018 21:51
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Yip I work in Ellerslie. Happy to meet up around work during the day.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2018064 17-May-2018 21:55
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Ati 6950 SOLD




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  Reply # 2018559 18-May-2018 19:45
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Matrix switch and extender sold pending pickup on Sunday




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  Reply # 2019283 20-May-2018 10:57
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Also 

 

Linksys SPA2102 $20

 

Logitech K400 keyboard $30

 

Logitec Tablet keyboard for iPad $30

 

Core i3 Asus PBB75-M motherboard. 4gB ram (DDR3), 1TB Seagate, Coolermaster Case $90 (pickup only)

 

Philips 23 inch LED monitor 234EL2SB $40 (pickup only)

 

 

 

 

 

 




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  Reply # 2019385 20-May-2018 15:58
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Matrix switch and hdmi extender are sold



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  Reply # 2021360 23-May-2018 20:35
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Bump. Any interest before I start listing elsewhere?


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