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post #153 of 160
well f!!! me,

the last az 6819 went for 280 euro...

i have a pristine az 6819 with box and all, only problem. i have to calibrate the laser, it's a never used 6819... well, fix it and 500 euro.. hahahahaha

the dd9's are also expensive these days, seen some went for 150 euro.. pheww.
post #154 of 160

D-88

What is the going rate for D-88? Head-Fi and e-bay?

and does anybody know what e-bayer "2staxup's" Head-Fi I.D. is? He's been buying all these vintage PCDPs for $$$$$. Very curious.

2staxup, who are you??? Could it be chrisnh911?
post #155 of 160

He is BACK....

See post #131.

Walt Chan is back with his D-211 with a Buy-It-Now price of $1,500 on e-bay. WHAT is he thinking? Read his "ME" page and see what kind of nutcase he is.
http://members.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI...erid=doitwaltc
Anyway, I don't think ANY PCDP is worth $1,000. A D-555 went for $600 but that was because it had all kinds of stuff with it, but still. Comments from the peanut gallery?
http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-IN-BOX-Sony-...QQcmdZViewItem
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...MEWA%3AIT&rd=1
post #156 of 160
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Originally Posted by imho
See post #131.

Walt Chan is back with his D-211 with a Buy-It-Now price of $1,500 on e-bay. WHAT is he thinking? Read his "ME" page and see what kind of nutcase he is.
http://members.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI...erid=doitwaltc
Anyway, I don't think ANY PCDP is worth $1,000. A D-555 went for $600 but that was because it had all kinds of stuff with it, but still. Comments from the peanut gallery?
http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-IN-BOX-Sony-...QQcmdZViewItem
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...MEWA%3AIT&rd=1

Checked him out. "No longer a registered member," it says. Meaning, a new ebay id may be in the workings for Walter Chan. I have to say that the D-555 is really nice; no one would argue with that. But $600 for it is simply psychotic. The $1000 D-211 apparently was removed, though. Must've seen this thread.
post #157 of 160
My 1st post, but I'm forum observer for some time.

I got offer for d-777 pcdp for $40.

I try it with two cds, one played flawlessly, other one failed ("no cd" warning)

CD wasn't bad, it was new, lossless music burned with plextor on verbatim pastels cd, and plays on other pcdps.

I'm wondering If d-777 was able to play one cd, would it be simple to fix it for playing all cd's or would it be risky buy.

I already refused offer, but I'm thinking if it would be good decision to give'em another chance(for this money)

Thanks!
post #158 of 160
The two cds that you had used in that particular D-777, were they both lossless encoded and what other pcdps did you try using with the problem cd?
post #159 of 160
yes, they were both lossless, both were verbatim(but different kind) burned with same plextor(4x varirec).

They were playing on d-ej625, d-ej360 and even Roadstar pcd 9700 ...so I think this is not cd's problem
post #160 of 160
I'm just guessing that the focus adujment on that D-777 may need some tuning. I've never had to tune the focus adjustment on my D-777 so I can't tell you how difficult or risky it would be. At $40 for a D-777, as long as it can play red book cds without any porblems it sounds like a deal.
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