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post #1 of 4 Old 08-23-2011, 11:16 AM - Thread Starter
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Hello everyone,

Well, I've finally replaced all the optical media players in my house with BRD players. The last unit to go was a D3 (A3). Is there any value to these things along with a bunch of discs or should I just keep it for posterity?

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Catfish-There is always Ebay, but not sure if the market for these units/movies have crashed. I have an a1 that still works and I still have a number of discs that are still good, so from time to time I spin them and feel nostalgic and remember the first time I brought the unit home and watched a movie in real high def. I'm keeping mine for posterity and not replacing my hddvd's with blu ray equals unless the A1 dies.
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There is probably not a big market for a D3 (A3 rebadge) beyond parts - probably the internal drive for anyone with a failing A30 or A35 due to the drive going south. But . . you never know . . esp. on EBay . . it amazes me what some people pay for things there.

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Well, looks like I'm donating the unit to a local before-school care program. I'll probably spin up all my discs before doing so (have read about degradation issues) then try to sell them.

Thanks for the replies,

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