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Old 01-01-2008, 12:25 AM   #1
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LA Area - asking $900 for TV and $1900 for entertainment center. $2500 if you take it all. Sincerely interested buyers can call me at 310-547-2877 and leave a message.

TV Toshiba 65H82

We are downsizing to a smaller TV and this one has to go. Works perfectly, just had the lenses professionally realigned. Demonstration is available for interested buyers. Cash only and you will need to bring a truck as it is heavy (270 pounds). I am leaving town on business for a month starting on the 6th so it MUST be sold by then. My asking price is already reasonable so please, no low-ball offers.

Detailed specifications:
Video
TheaterWide® Modes
PowerFocus™ HD II CRTs
TheaterBright™ Screen
TheaterShield™
Red and Green Color Lens Filters
First Surface Mirror
Ambient Light Sensor
Dynamic Quadruple Focus
CableClear™ DNR+
Dual Tuner MultiWindow (9), Split Screen PIP
65" HD Wide Screen (Split Cabinet) Projection Television
IDSC™ Pro
DVI Upgradeable (Digital Visual Interface)
HD Dynamic Contrast
Cinema Mode (3:2 Pulldown)
DFine™/Adjustable DFine™ Hi-Speed Velocity Scan Modulation
65" Cinema Series® HD Monitor Projection TV with Split Cabinet Design

Audio
SRS® 3D
StableSound®
PIP Sound
MTS Stereo/SAP with dbx®
Sub Bass System (SBS)
Total Audio Wattage: 33 W

Convenience
Tri-Lingual On-screen Display
Closed Captioning on Mute
One Button Sleep Timer
Channel Return
Power Return
Noise Muting
Favorite Channel
Channel Labeling
Movie and Sports Modes
Video Labeling
Video Lock
Individual A/V Settings for Inputs
Speed Surf
Two Level Mute
Hyper-Progressive Scanning
Direct Video Input Selection
QuickConnect™ On-Screen Set-Up Guide
TouchFocus®
Variable Audio Outputs
Center Channel Audio Input
Advanced Channel Return/SurfLock™

Jacks
Front Panel A/V/S Inputs
ColorStream® HD Component Video Inputs (2)
A/V/S Inputs - Rear (2)
A/V Output
Front Panel Lock Out

Weights and Dimensions
Weight: 272 lbs.
Dimensions: 59 1/2" x 60 7/8" x 26" (WxHxD)

Entertainment Center
For sale is a large three piece custom made solid oak entertainment center. There are two towers and a light bridge. The towers are separated into the 'his' and 'hers' sides. The 'his' sides has integrated audio video equipment supports for even the hottest and biggest A/V gear. The 'hers' side has two adjustable glass shelves and one integrated glass shelf so all of your collectibles are illuminated (lights are not turned on in this picture). The light bridge straddles the cabinets and is fully adjustable to fit any TV. The TV in the attached picture is a 65" and still has loads of room to spare.

Both cabinets are 24" deep. Yes, you read that right, it will accommodate even the deepest equipment. Not like the 17" or 19" deep junk in the stores where your equipment sticks out of the back. This will sit all the way against the wall. Both cabinets have casters on the bottom to make moving and adjusting equipment a breeze.

The bottom of each cabinet has one large, deep drawer for all of your media, game systems or other storage. This is a gorgeous cabinet and will be a welcome addition to any living room.

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still here. Make me some offers people. Will consider trade for a 3.9 or 3.636 torsen rear end
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Price drop - $750 for the TV and best offer on the entertainment center.
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if you were local I'd be all over this, but shipping that bad boy would kill me.
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H82 is a nice TV
I have a 50H81 myself
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if only this tv would be like 2/3 of its size...
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if only this tv would be like 2/3 of its size...
Come get my 50H81 then I want to replace it with a 55" plasma.
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if only this tv would be like 2/3 of its size...
Well it is already almost 2/3 of what I wanted to get out of it, so that makes it even.

You know you want it... And you are local too. I really want it gone, I can't put my car back in the garage until I sell it.
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still here...
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how hard is it to ship something like this without knocking all the lenses out of wack? Any idea how much it would cost to ship to 77064?
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Well, I do have the pallet from my new TV sitting here, but according to the specs, this TV weights about 300pounds. Even going truck freight, it is probably going to cost a couple hundred bucks.
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Well, I do have the pallet from my new TV sitting here, but according to the specs, this TV weights about 300pounds. Even going truck freight, it is probably going to cost a couple hundred bucks.
can you get me estimated crate dimensions and your zip code. I'll check with our shipping department and see how much it will cost to ship on our account.

*edit* spelling corrected.
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sure thing. I will get back to you after dinner tonight.
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sorry for not getting back to you last night, I started trying to take my turbo manifold off the car last night. Overall TV dimensions are: 59 1/2" x 60 7/8" x 26" (WxHxD). Add maybe 6-8 inches of height for the pallet.
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