Question Dali suite 1.5

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  1. simonerrey

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    Hello, its time to say goodbye to my Dali Suite 1.5 floor standing speakers but i have no idea what price to advertise them for. I'm looking to change them to shelf speakers as am redecorating and need the space. Any suggestions gratefully received.
    Many thanks,
    Simon (Brighton)
     
  2. BlueWizard

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    Half the original selling price, then price adjusted for condition, desirability, and how badly you want to sell them.

    Steve/bluewizard
     
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    I would be more inclined to do a bit of research and see what some previous ones have sold for on places like this, ebay, hifi wigwam, pfm etc etc.

    The method Steve suggests above is ok but very broad in terms of what to price them at. Take for example B&W 805S speakers RRP £1450 - Replaced 2010 by a newer model and yet still fetch £1250 + and you get the other end of the spectrum where speakers plummet after a few months!

    Unless desperate to sell I'd always price them slightly higher than you think as even if you listed them for £1 someone would want something knocking off!! :facepalm:
     

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