how much is my Philips 36PW9525/05R worth?

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  1. cochese

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    i've had this set for a couple of years and it is in immaculate condition (i'm very careful with my AV equipment :) ). how much could i expect to get for this if i decide to sell it?

    any info on prices or possible routes to sell it would be really appreciated.
     
  2. sbowler

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    Try a search on ebay for the price.
     
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    I have the exact same set and as you say it is really good, had no issue with it at all, love it. But i have also recently bought a 2nd 36'' tv (for another lounge), it is a Panny PL32, i got this brand new from currys, with a stand and delivered for £499!!!


    Just be aware that most people do not want this rather under valued pieces of kit, they want the sexy flat panels so i think around the £300 mark would be about the best you could hope for, good luck.
     
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    I've been watching alot of CRT's recently, I've seen some really nice tv's 32" widescreen, 100hz good brand go for around the £100 mark.
     

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