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Thinking of listing a Bsnd 9000 in white - advice welcome

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folkdeejay
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folkdeejay Posted: Mon, Jan 29 2018 2:24 PM

Hi All,

 

I haven't  used ebay seriously for a while - is it still a good place to list B&O kit?

 

I have a white Bsnd9000 -  mine since new, essentially in mint, as new condition.  Engraved ltd edition etc  - I've got all packaging and currently in my living room on a wall bracket) but it is, in effect, used an an AUX input  90% of the time, which is a shame - time to move it on.

 

As its a fairly valuable item - I'm wondering if it would be best to upgrade my membership here and list it -  any thoughts ? 

 

 

 

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JC replied on Mon, Jan 29 2018 2:49 PM

I would give it a shot on here first. Guaranteed honest buyer and no crazy ebay fees!

 

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folkdeejay
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might do that.  thanks.

 

just trying to work out a fair asking price by a review of sale sites.

 

Jonathan
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Hi,

I've sent you an email, I'm very interested!

 

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Jonathan
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Hi,

I've sent you an email, I'm very interested!

 

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folkdeejay:

I'm wondering if it would be best to upgrade my membership here and list it -  any thoughts ?

Offhand, I'd say that you've already managed to slip under the radar and accomplish that..

 

folkdeejay
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MediaBobNY:

folkdeejay:

I'm wondering if it would be best to upgrade my membership here and list it -  any thoughts ?

Offhand, I'd say that you've already managed to slip under the radar and accomplish that..

 

 

hahaha - I guess so, but that wasn't my intention (honestly!) - it was just a quick google search threw up all manner of odd, and widly different, prices...  anyway, I've decided againts it though (what  with little in the way of offers!) for the time being.

I have a boxed up Bsnd 3000 that could go in the same place on the wall - but despite hardly anyone else ever bothering to put CD's in the 9000, there was a lot of grumbling wen I mentioned it at home.

So it stays - for now.

 

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Jonathan replied on Fri, Feb 9 2018 10:54 AM
[:\'(] please let me know if you change your mind. If anyone else is thinking of selling one please contact me

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Gregg replied on Sat, Feb 10 2018 4:53 AM

Good decision. The Beosound isn't just a CD player - it is functional art!

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valve1 replied on Sat, Feb 10 2018 5:30 PM

I was hoping to see how this played out as I have one unused in its box.

Not planning on selling it yet, but do they show up much for sale ?

 

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mbdj replied on Sat, Feb 10 2018 7:15 PM

I would be interested if you decide to sell.

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