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Old 10-12-2014, 12:50 PM   #1  
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I'm selling my 60 inch tv to a guy buying my home. He will be inspecting the home this week and I want to preset a station. 2pm est Tuesday .
MGM movie channel, or Maybe the nfl network? I'd like to sell him my surround too and since I won't be here with him, I need to preset and try to astound him.

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It won't matter - Your stuff is used @ best throw it in with the price of the house anything you get extra is not worth the effort - No matter what extra you put into it. Sell the house and buy new you are going to do that anyway.
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It won't matter - Your stuff is used @ best throw it in with the price of the house anything you get extra is not worth the effort - No matter what extra you put into it. Sell the house and buy new you are going to do that anyway.
Ok I get it, it's the Bose thing... The velodine sub and Onkyo receiver are still viable. Shakes my entire house with a blue ray. And btw there are slews of guys with money that just love these little Bose cubes and don't hang out with pure audiophiles. This ain't my old Sansui quadraphonic....

I got the house money but can't take an 80 lb sub with me .

Yes I'll by a new smaller system and I'll be rockin' in my new digs. And you will still be beating up on Bose.

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Ok I get it, it's the Bose thing... The velodine sub and Onkyo receiver are still viable. Shakes my entire house with a blue ray. And btw there are slews of guys with money that just love these little Bose cubes and don't hang out with pure audiophiles. This ain't my old Sansui quadraphonic....

I got the house money but can't take an 80 lb sub with me .

Yes I'll by a new smaller system and I'll be rockin' in my new digs. And you will still be beating up on Bose.

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Bose has nothing to do with it
I have the same Speakers and Onkyo using with Sony tv- Works excellent for me but the resale Value would be the same in the scope of things -anyone buying a home would want to make it their own at some point
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Agreed the 'value' a surround system adds to a house is minimal at best unless you are talking high end dedicated theater room with screen, seating, projector and premium sound system and even then you get less than what you paid.
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Bose has nothing to do with it
I have the same Speakers and Onkyo using with Sony tv- Works excellent for me but the resale Value would be the same in the scope of things -anyone buying a home would want to make it their own at some point
You were right. My stuff was old, my buyer bought my jet ski but not my sound system. I oarced it out and now have nothing! New house will not support a lot of speakers. Sure miss the onkyo and the sub.
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Glad you got it sold -happy new year
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