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Found A TH-50ph11uk, Advice?

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I was given the 11uk at the last remodel job I worked on. They simply did not want it, so I was happy to take it off there hands. I was debating what i should do with it? I have a TV already and could really use the money if its worth all the hassle. I have been reading through the forums and trying to find comparable prices on eBay, amazon and google and have yet to find a used one for sale. So does anyone know the value? and how do i check the hours? I have checked the monitor and and looks great. To my knowledge it was not used much, but i would like to check the hours before i do anything. And any settings preferences or tips would be great. Thanks
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Hello,

I was given the 11uk at the last remodel job I worked on. They simply did not want it, so I was happy to take it off there hands. I was debating what i should do with it? I have a TV already and could really use the money if its worth all the hassle. I have been reading through the forums and trying to find comparable prices on eBay, amazon and google and have yet to find a used one for sale. So does anyone know the value? and how do i check the hours? I have checked the monitor and and looks great. To my knowledge it was not used much, but i would like to check the hours before i do anything. And any settings preferences or tips would be great. Thanks
There is virtually no market for an old 768p monitor with no tuner and limited inputs. You might be able to get $50 to $100 for it if you find the right buyer.

If it has the pedestal base table stand that adds to the value (it's rare).

And if it has the optional HDMI Terminal Board installed then that board alone is worth more than the whole display (that board is extremely rare on the used market).


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Thank you for the response, i was able to snap a couple pictures and i think thats the part in the picture that you are refering to. The other one is to show specs. It definitely has 2 hdmi hook ups, i have the wall mount and not sure if i have the stand or not, lol. There is a chance i have it in another pile of stuff they left at the house. Anyway, if that is the hdmi part that you speak of.. what makes it so rare? Would it be better to scrap out all the parts? And if so, what would be a rough value? Is there still a market for the parts? Sorry thats a lot of questions, i appreciate the website and thank you Randy and anyone else that can help.
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Thank you for the response, i was able to snap a couple pictures and i think thats the part in the picture that you are refering to. The other one is to show specs. It definitely has 2 hdmi hook ups, i have the wall mount and not sure if i have the stand or not, lol. There is a chance i have it in another pile of stuff they left at the house. Anyway, if that is the hdmi part that you speak of.. what makes it so rare? Would it be better to scrap out all the parts? And if so, what would be a rough value? Is there still a market for the parts? Sorry thats a lot of questions, i appreciate the website and thank you Randy and anyone else that can help.
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Well first off make sure the dual-HDMI Terminal Board is actually still installed in the monitor. It comes with it from the factory, but may have been removed by a previous owner or installer. Your picture shows the input labeling but doesn't show if the board is really there there or not. If it's there, make sure both ports are working as they tend to get fried easily when lightning surges pass through a cable box and kill the HDMI inputs. I'd get pictures of the screen showing a Blu-Ray playing and the on-screen menu showing HDMI input which will prove that the HDMI board is actually working.

The model number of that terminal board is TY-FB10HMD and they tend to go on Ebay for well over a hundred bucks. It only fits specific models/generations (there are several versions but they are not interchangeable).


The pedestal base that fits this model is # TY-ST08-K and also goes for over a hundred bucks.

I think it would be better to sell the HDMI board separately to get the most money, then get whatever you can for the monitor alone. The HDMI board is easily shipped to anywhere on the planet so you have a world-wide customer base. The monitor however would have to be sold locally and the value of it even with the HDMI board installed is completely lost to the general public so i'd just focus on selling the HDMI board separately (and the base if you find it).

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