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post #1 of 2 Old 10-03-2013, 09:26 PM - Thread Starter
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I have a Pioneer 503-CMX plasma monitor (no built-in TV tuner) that I bought for over $5K in 2002. I've replaced the power supply which blew up a few years ago, otherwise it's been a great set. I briefly hooked up an X-box to it and found it to be very sensitive to burn-in, so stopped that without any lasting damage.

I'm ready to move up to a bigger display, probably LED, 3D, etc. Soooo, is there a market for these old non-1080 plasma sets? How much should I expect? I haven't seen any on the local Craiglist, so I don't know how much to ask. If I can't get more than a couple hundred bucks, I might find a way to attach 4 legs to the backside and advertise it as a post-industrial tech-heavy coffee table. That might go over well up here in the Seattle suburbs.
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There's a few on e-bay.

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