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    Value of Sony Trinitron Model KV-27TS22 Dashboard
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    Last Reply: August 30, 2005, 11:29 pm

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    cambriadude

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    Joined: Aug 30, 2005
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    From: Johnstown,PA

      Posted: 2005-08-30 00:26

                 I plan on selling a Sony Trinitron color television 27" screen Model KV-27TS22,Serial Number 7026158, manufactured November 1989. It works great, never had to be serviced.Very good condition.Has the original owner's manual,original remote control and still has a great picture. (I just decided to purchase a Plasma HDTV finally.)
                 I live in western Pennsylvania. Can anyone give me an idea of what this would be worth to sell?What price I can realistically expect?Thanks, David


       


    jttar
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    From: Chicago,IL, USA

      Posted: 2005-08-30 22:32

    cambriadude,

    Greetings and welcome. I did do a search for anyone else selling a KV-27TS22 to try to compare pricing but came up empty.

    I don't think that you will be able to get very much for a 15 year old TV even though it is still in good working order. I would guess, you might be able to get $100-$150 if you found someone who knows what a good TV this was. If you don't have a use for it as a backup or bedroom TV you might even consider donating it to a local school, nursing home etc.

    Joe


         
    cambriadude

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    From: Johnstown,PA

      Posted: 2005-08-30 22:39

    Thanks for your help. I considered donating it but they all are not interested because its a very deep television(it measures 22" front to back at center) and they all have HDTV flat panels now in my area. I was told I be better off selling it. Some people really like old vintage Sony Trinitrons I was told in 27" size. Where did you get the idea that it might get around $150. My problem is knowing what is a fair price to ask before placing an ad somewhere.thanks again, David


       
    jttar
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    From: Chicago,IL, USA

      Posted: 2005-08-30 23:22

    David,

    I based the $150 price on what I would be willing to spend on a TV that was 15 years old and still in good working condition. With a little bit of searching you can find a new Sony FD Trinitron WEGA KV-27HS420 27" TV for around $550. Given that I figure your set should be worth at least $100-$150.

    Joe




         
    cambriadude

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    From: Johnstown,PA

      Posted: 2005-08-30 23:29

    Thanks so much. There is really no where to go to get a good idea of a fair price on used Sony televisons that I know of. This seemed like the logical place. If I get $150 I will be happy since new Sony 27" screen trintrons of 2005 are only $550. I think I paid around $800 for my Sony in 1989 dollars when I bought it.


       
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