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Is £300 still the going price for a Denon 3802?

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by JIT, Feb 28, 2004.

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    I've been offered a Denon 3802 in as new condition for £300, does this seem a fair price?

    I know the 3805 is due soon and so prices will fall, what i'm asking is should i take the 3802 or wait a couple of months and perhaps pick up a 3803 for a little more?
     
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    Very good price if condition is excellent. We really could do with a 'Parkers' for AV equipment couldn't we ?

    Mike.
     
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    Jit,

    at 300 quid, the 3803 is an absoloute steal. In fact, I think that's less than trade.
    Buy it.
    now.
     
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    its a 3802 for 300 quid, thats in question, not the 3803.

    but yeah 300 for a 3802 very good price if its in good condition, I recently sold a 2802 for 260 and that was a good price..
     
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    As we are discussing the going rate, what is the considered view on the current price for a 3803 and does colour matter at all?
     
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    Not good time to be buying 3803, with the '05 imminent. Still high 400's probably fair but finding a seller willing to sell at that might be difficult if they not long ago parted with £899. Sells new at £599 online now, will get cheaper (certainly £499, maybe less) once the '05 lands.

    Mike.
     
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    I have a 3805 on order hence wanting to feel aout the likley price of the 3803!! I plan to e-bay it, so you never can tell.
     

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