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Old 04-30-2012, 05:56 PM
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Poor Florida Man Looking for HD300.....

e-Bay Prices Killing me...
I was ready to finally pull trigger on HD-300 from store when,
I got GOOGLED......

I've been running Sage TV long before I registered on this forum...

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As you can see I need at least 1 HD300 to see what I'm missing!

Please PM me if you can part with an HD300 for reasonable price...
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Old 04-30-2012, 08:15 PM
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Marketplace is nice but How about some fair Market prices ?

It is nice that Folks can now buy sell and trade there unused Sage Software Licenses and extenders but I have no idea what the fair market prices are. Heck I do not even remember what the last retail prices were.
I would never pay full price for any software or product that is no longer supported and has a limited life expectancy.
I am debating on whether to sell and bail on my Sage setup or stick around and look for another extender or 2 and keep on using it for awhile longer.
So would it be too much to ask what the ball park Fair Market Values of all these Sage items are worth. And don't tell me to search on Ebay because most of the prices I have seen there are ridiculous.
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Old 04-30-2012, 10:56 PM
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So would it be too much to ask what the ball park Fair Market Values of all these Sage items are worth. And don't tell me to search on Ebay because most of the prices I have seen there are ridiculous.
I can't say for sure and I'm not trying to buy or sell anything so I haven't been following eBay prices at all, but realistically it's the same people who were selling on eBay who are now most likely selling here - it's not like the eBay sellers are 3rd parties with access to secret stocks from somewhere. So I personally wouldn't expect the prices to be much different. Obviously selling here means the sellers are avoiding eBay fees so there's probably some savings because of that, but it's not like an HD300 selling on eBay for $300 is going to be sold here for $100 (of course I could be totally wrong and if I am I'd like to know because then I'd probably be in the market to pick up one or two! )

So my guess is whatever these things are selling for on eBay is probably about what people are paying for them here minus some savings due to lack of eBay fees.
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Old 05-01-2012, 07:44 AM
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I understand where these guys are coming from, but the "fair market value" is whatever people are willing to pay. It's capitalism at its best... for better or worse. There's a reason Enzo's go for millions of dollars.
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Heck I do not even remember what the last retail prices were.
You can see the original price here: http://www.sagetv.com/sagetv.html
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So would it be too much to ask what the ball park Fair Market Values of all these Sage items are worth. And don't tell me to search on Ebay because most of the prices I have seen there are ridiculous.
What makes you think the eBay prices aren't the fair market value of the HD300s? People are paying $300-$400 for the HD300 on eBay, so I think the market has spoken on that one...

I agree its nuts, but the extenders are a scarce resource now.
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Old 05-02-2012, 12:36 AM
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I guess the Market is what it is but I just can not see paying that much for a used device that retailed for less when it was new.
The more I see all this nonsense pricing the more I think I will just move on to Media Center and either get a couple of used Xbox 360's or wait for the Cetons to come out. I just mostly want the DVR functions and am not concerned about long term storage. I watch and trash mostly and rip a few DVDs & CDs. Mostly just don't want to pay the Cable Co. for monthly Dvr & Box rentals.
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