Price for 2nd Hand Sanyo Z1 and Momitsu 880

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by jtorry, Mar 3, 2004.

  1. jtorry

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    Moving out next year for uni and wont have room for PJ and need the money so am going to sell my much loved projector. it has done about 100 Hours and has no dead pixels in very good condition. Also selling a Momitsu 880 DVD player with DVI out (VGA using adapter) that delivers an amazing picture on the Z1. Everything is boxed with manuals and leads. So what do you think this will fetch?
     
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    do people think £750 is gettable?
     
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    new Z1's go for £650 mark. dont know anything about your dvd player.
     
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    No chance. Looking around £520 for a 2nd hand Z1 I reckon...

    I'm not familiar with the dvd player, but it sounds like a budget deck...
     
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    The DVD player is a decent enough piece of kit, for a budget unit. Great picture, but can be bought for around £200 including shipping, new.

    I have one and would guess that you'd do well to get £100 s/h.

    Going by the other posts, I'd say £500 - £600 would be a realistic figure.
     

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