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Great point, and I'd chime in that the used market is the great equalizer (of prices).

Plenty of speakers start out at HUGE retail values new, but quickly plummet to what the market thinks they are worth.

Doesn't really mean they are better or worse, but it is pretty clear as to their perceived value.

If someone came up to me and said: "Here is $500 cash money," - they may well drive (presumably in a van or pickup truck) with a pair of Soundlab Pristine IIs that would likely sound better than pretty much anything else you could purchase for 2, 3, or possibly 4 times the price.


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  • Great point, and I'd chime in that the used market is the great equalizer (of prices). - David S. 11:29:41 07/03/12 (0)

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