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Wanted: WTB: Sony Qualia 010

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WTB: Sony Qualia 010

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hello,guys

I am looking to buy a Qualia 010 headphone or any qualia 010 spare parts

If you have one in mint condition, preferably boxed. drop me a message.

I am a serious buyer.i am zero feedback here,but on ebay i have 50 feedback 100% positive.

If you are interested in selling a set, please contact me with pictures and details. 

Thanks


Edited by laohuchirenle - 8/17/12 at 8:13am
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qualia 010
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There was someone selling one on the forsale forums... scroll down a bit - it looked like it was minty. ^^

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$5250 is even more expensive than double the original price for new qualia 010

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It's actually $5250 CAD. So about $5100~

 

But that's what you get for a rare headphone. :/ Your going to pay up the nose for a set.

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Originally Posted by laohuchirenle View Post

$5250 is even more expensive than double the original price for new qualia 010

 

I don't think you'll find someone who's going to sell you a Qualia at its original early 2000s price of $2600.  Especially not one in mint condition.

 

Same reason why you won't find Grado HP-2s for $200, Audio Technica L3000s for $1600, or Sennheiser HE60s for $400.  Or Sennheiser HE90s at $5600 for that matter...


Edited by akwok - 8/10/12 at 6:25pm
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Yeah, you aren't going to find a mint Qualia 010 for under $4000.

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Yeah, you aren't going to find a mint Qualia 010 for under $4000.

http://app.audiogon.com/listings/sony-qualia-010-mdr-1-world-class-headphones-there-s

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I know the person who purchased those. They did not come with the metal stand, papers, or cloth. They also had scuffs despite being classified as "mint" by the seller. Still a very lucky find; the seller likely had no clue as to how much they were really worth.

 

Last few sets that sold here on head-fi were over $4500 and neither complete nor absolutely mint. Even under the best of conditions, you'll very likely never find a "legendary" headphone for anywhere close to its MSRP. Unless it's one of those rare estate sale one-in-a-million deals. Otherwise the collector's market is in a state of flux right now, and prices are only getting higher unfortunately.

 

Good luck either way.


Edited by MuppetFace - 8/25/12 at 3:30am
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