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Advice on sale of iscan pro

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by HeweyBoy101, Oct 26, 2004.

  1. HeweyBoy101

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    I recently purchased an iscan pro to basically improve DVB (and DVD) picture on my Phillips Plasma 37PF9965. Bought from dealer. Spur of moment decision (unlike me). Paid too much. Very happy with performance - much more natural picture and fewer scaling artifacts. Having now done the research I should have done before buying, I alraedy find myself itching to upgrade to the iscan HD. Infact - I'm going to phone and order today, on approval. So, how best to sell the iscan pro, and at what price? Any help greatfully rec'd - thanks folks.
     
  2. gizlaroc

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    I sold mine for £120, and that was about a year ago.

    Problem is it is 5 year old technology, very good in its day but when you see things like Lumagen Visions advertised for around £350-400, which are in a different league, it makes it tricky to sell.
     
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    Keep it and use it for a second system. You have the means to convert a PC monitor into a fine TV set.
     

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