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Topic # 56314 13-Jan-2010 10:41
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I have a 3 year old Dell thingy for sale.

- Dell 19" 1280x1024 LCD screen (DVI, 4xUSB, VGA, hooks to centre speaker)
- Dell Centre channel with power and volume control
- Dell Satellite speakers x4
- Dell Sub & integrator to the other 5 speakers

Black. the sound system has been in storage for a year.
The LCD is used about 2 hrs a day on average. No dead pixels that i can see.

You need a computer capable of 5.1 output.

$200 o.n.o.

pick up only in christchurch

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  Reply # 289565 13-Jan-2010 10:49
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keen on just LCD if thats ok? does the LCD move up down on its stand? do you know the model of the sound system and monitor?


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  Reply # 289572 13-Jan-2010 11:04
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Dell 5650 - speakers
LCD is the UltraSharp 1907fp & it moves up and down on its stand

how much for the LCD? i prefer to sell in combo as the centre speaker wont fit anything else - will look weird



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  Reply # 289574 13-Jan-2010 11:10
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Got a pic / link ?

XPD / Gavin / DemiseNZ


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  Reply # 289578 13-Jan-2010 11:26
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xpd: Got a pic / link ?

looks like this
(i hope it's not illegal to use a link to someone's picture, i'm not reproducing it in any way)

only difference is that my lcd is 4:3 so that the center speaker is as wide as the monitor

the sound is as good as it gets from a lightweight system, very clear and detailed. the bass could be clearer, but it would cost a lot more for a better sub i'd say.

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  Reply # 289587 13-Jan-2010 11:41
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sorry i didnt see it was pick up only.. :(

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  Reply # 289591 13-Jan-2010 11:50
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ATinyChipmunk: sorry i didnt see it was pick up only.. :(

if you buy the lot i will get off my bum and ship :)

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  Reply # 289594 13-Jan-2010 11:57
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ok, ill have to ask some the perants first (as its going to be for the spare pc :) so they will be paying for it. will you do $150 + or inc if your generous, post?


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