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Fosgate Tate on EBay starting bid $100, no takers so far

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gene_stl

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It's missing the wired remote.

It has a reserve so he probably thinks a lot of it. No "make offer" button which people that really want to sell usually include.

Seller is too lazy to hook it back up and confirm it works OR he knows it doesn't. "Seller does not accept returns" (actually, yes he does, because fleabay will force him to, but people don't want to take a chance with such disclaimers and return policies.)

It comes with three dBX pieces that most folks probably don't want. He should separate them to different auctions.
 

doity

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Joined
Nov 29, 2014
Messages
47
Was the remote optional on the Tate units or did it come with new in box? The reason I ask is that I have not seen that many. Also, what seems to be the ‘going rate’ for operational units?
 
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