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Price mad.

by fyrmedic / February 27, 2005 4:28 AM PST

Anyone with experience with good or bad.

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Price Mad
by fbcx / May 7, 2005 4:27 AM PDT
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This is the second such vendor this week I have recieved the old bait-and-switch routine from (the other was PCVideo Online). Funny how the item you shopped and compared so carefully for always seems to be back-ordered. There must be a real racket going with all these New York City based retailers. Same thing happened with another one of them a few years back on a CANON Digital Camera I tried to buy. I was really stupid then. I let the order stay on back order for two months before I figured out what was going on. My advice is, if the deal appears to be the best one around, it probably doesn't exist. It's just a ruse to get your order then get you to upgrade to a more exensive unit, which always seems to be readily available. Unfortunately, none of them seems to be very dependable. Looks like you have to stick with the known national retailers or the manufacturer's sites to get what is advertised. You pay more, again unfortunately, but what you see is almost always available for immediate shipment.

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by tom McCarty / October 4, 2005 2:13 AM PDT
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See I had the same question and found this on Google.. they seem legit and pretty darn well priced. I am going for the Pioneer Elite Pro-930HD if they respond today

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