Sony MZ-R900 w/ pc link & access.--$170 shipped
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Mint condition MZ-R900 (red, USA version). Comes with R900, pc link, ac adaptor, remote, digital/optical cable, external AA battery case, original box and manual and 5 white sony ES md's. I do not have the original headphones that came with the unit, but will include a pair of sony MDR-E228LP "Groove" headphones that I have modded by using foamies instead of the rubber "capsule" on the end-- this actually makes these headphones very useful with the R900, especially with the adjustable bass/treble settings.

Asking $170 shipped in the US. Please PM me if you're interested. I can ship outside the US, but it may cost a couple more bucks.

Thanks in advance!
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Are you sure it was the R900 and not an R90? Or possibly a mis-price? If that price is legit, its one heck of a deal! I think the price I have listed is a fair one though..
 
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Jude-
Does Pepsione1's post qualify as thread crapping? Just curious as I haven't posted alot of stuff for sale here, but this definitely doesn't help me with trying to sell my item.

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What is thread crapping? (08-12-2001 until 11-01-2002)
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This is the current definition of "thread crapping" until someone can come up with a better definition for us:

Thread crapping means posting, in a "for sale/trade" thread, a comment that in any way hurts or diminishes the value of the item being sold in that thread (even if it wasn't at all intended to come off that way). If you see a thread you think is an outright scam, contact me (jude) or one of the other "for sale" moderators, and we'll take care of what needs taking care of.

Examples of thread crapping (there are many different ways to crap on a thread) include:

Stating that you know of a better price elsewhere. Again, if you think the seller is trying to rip someone off, contact me (jude) or a moderator of the "for sale" forum.
 
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