Possibly wanting to sell my old TV in the bedroom - Unsure of price.

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  1. maclover

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    Hi,

    I'm thinking about selling my old tv from the bedroom as we have recently decorated.

    It's a Hannspree Hannslounge 26" LCD TV

    This TV - Hannspree Style HANNSlounge - 26" LCD TV - widescreen: Amazon.co.uk: Electronics
    Spec:

    Features

    * POP support
    * OSD Menu (multilanguage)
    * BBE VIVA ?SRS TruSurround XT
    * EQ Sound control
    * 3:2 Pull Down
    * DNX
    * 3D Comb Filter
    * Noise Reduction
    * 3D De-interlace
    * Edge enhancement
    * 1000 pages Teletext 2.5 (TOP/ FLOF)
    * HD ready

    Specifications
    Product Description Hannspree HannsLounge 26" LCD TV
    Diagonal Size 26" (66,04 cm)
    Colour Black & Brown
    Brightness 700 cd/m2 (typical)
    Max Resolution 1366 x 768 WXGA
    Viewing Angle (H/V Degrees) 85/85
    Interface HDMI
    Audio 2 x 8 Watt Speakers
    Response Time 8 ms
    Contrast Ratio 600:1
    Manufacturer Warranty 2 Years Return to Base
    Dimensions 78,7cm x 24,1cm x 62cm
    Weight 18 kg


    But unsure of what to ask, or what I am likely to get.


    Any thoughts?

     
  2. Marc

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    brand new 26" samsungs go for around the £250 price mark, LG's for around £200, Sharp for around £180 so bearing this in mind, you may only get around £100 for it, but the great thing about these forums is you can price it at whatever you like and someone will come along and offer you less for it ;) so you'll soon find out its perceived value.
     
  3. walleee

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    I'd also say you'd be looking about 100 or so, possibly less as it's not 1080 capable, and looks 'old' in terms of its styling.
     
  4. maclover

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    Thanks for the reply.

    Okay, I had an inkling towards that, obviously would hope for a bit more if at all possible.
    I'll hopefully gauge a few more replies, then close the thread and advertise :)
     
  5. maclover

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    Thanks for that.
    It is meant to look old in its styling, its like a 1950's style, with wooden around the rear, its a nice looking TV.
     
  6. accyuklad

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    you defo wont get much probly 100 if lucky as the design isnt brill and i never heard of that brand either
     
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    Welcome to Hannspree

    only a small company :laugh:

    anyway , i reckon ~ £100 as well , dont price it to high or you will get no interest ...
     

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