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post #1036 of 25161

No need, just look at them.  Only board that is different is the input board.  Not being able to see what is under the DSP board on the 7.1 I can't know for sure if even the board is different or just has a different layout so it doesn't need the daughter board.

post #1037 of 25161

I'd agree with you Regis from looking solely at the board, but there apparently have been more extensive changes, especially to the DSP.

 

Darryl, read my earlier posts in the M7 thread for the answer. Kingwa emailed me the details a while back that I copy/pasted there.

post #1038 of 25161

Read your post and the presser.  Only the DSP, which is the digital receiver/glue logic, was changed.  Dumbing it down the M7 is a Ref7.1 w/ JKSPDIF Mk3 integrated ;)

post #1039 of 25161

I have a pair of brand new HD800 in box, I was thinking of putting them up in the market for sale. What should I ask for them price wise?

post #1040 of 25161

Maybe $1100

post #1041 of 25161

Sounds about right for near new.

post #1042 of 25161
Sounds like it isn't near new, but new in box as he indicated.
post #1043 of 25161

Still $1100.  Brand new to your door taxes in is $1300 so... ya.

post #1044 of 25161

I'm thinking NIB you can get $1300+USD 

Brand new from a dealer is going for $1499 right now.

 

Used 'Like New' are going for $1299 to $1399...on amazon marketplace

 

If it was used and not 'like new' $1100 would still be a very good price indeed.

 

Oh yeah, I would add taxes and shipping to that price.  It's still less than you would be able to get the NIB form a dealer.


Edited by bearFNF - 3/17/13 at 5:27pm
post #1045 of 25161

There is this place called Germany, German things cost less there ;)

post #1046 of 25161
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There is this place called Germany, German things cost less there ;)

Especially from a Dutch dude living in Germany. 

post #1047 of 25161

It comes down to what the current going rate is for where you want to sell it, my reference is the US market.  I Did not look at where OICWUTUDIDTHAR is from...

post #1048 of 25161
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I have a pair of brand new HD800 in box, I was thinking of putting them up in the market for sale. What should I ask for them price wise?

 

What's a shame...I wouldn't ever think of parting with my HD800!  

post #1049 of 25161

Nods, dump your amp ;)

post #1050 of 25161

This ^ in spades...

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