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Whats a second hand Sanyo z2 worth?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by wassap, Sep 3, 2005.

  1. wassap

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    Just wondering what a secondhand sanyo z2 is worth, it has around 400 hours on the clock???

    I was looking at benq 5120 and toshiba et1 PJ`s but to future proof myself i have started looking for z2`s as the short throw and lense shift facility sounds bloody appealing!
     
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    Well a new Z3 is £800 with a free lamp, bearing that in mind I'd say about £400 (I certainly wouldn't pay anymore than that).

    Cheers,
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    Cheers bud, i was trying fathom the prices out, for me the z2 is on a par with the panny ae500, whi8ch seem to go for 450-550.

    Mind i am wary of buying second hand.
     
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    Yeah but it's the fantastic deals to be had on the Z3 that are bound to have a knock on effect on 2nd hand Z2 prices.
     
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    Thing is, its going to have a bottoming out value. A point where it doesn't get any less.

    I don't think I would have too much trouble getting rid of my Z3 (calibrated and loved) for around £600.

    Does that give you a ball park?

    There are always buyers who can't quite squeeze to £800, and a few hundred quid off will help.
     
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    Lol when you looking to sell!
     

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