So good luck with the sale but a few pointers:
Photos of the actual product will help.
An understanding of supply and demand and depreciation of technology would come in handy.
And I reckon from my limited knowledge on the subject plus previous sales history gets you closer to $300.
Want more $$$? EBay or gumtree will assist in that!
Thanks mate, ended up picking one up and it connects to my full TV no problems. 4K discs play fine, just downscaled. As UHD discs are region free all over the world, I'm just going to play 4K movies from the US (had asked the question originally as I was intending on purchasing some 4K movies from the US and wanted to play the blu-ray discs until I got my projector, as I wasn't aware 4K discs would work on my TV).
People die. Much of what's wrong with western culture is the idea that there's someone to blame. That somehow being able to point the finger makes all the difference. We're talking about nation building. That's not some naive wonderland. Its basically when the powers that be try do something that is HUGE. None of us have ever tried to effect massive change. None of us have had to deal with powerful vested interests that know our psychological poke points way better than we do. Spend billions on anything and some will look to exploit it. Many will just jump in, and out of the tens of thousands of beneficiaries a few will die. IMO if you focus on a few dying then you do nothing and of course more more die but its not your "fault"
If depends on what hdmi revision your tv has to determine what any UHD discs can pass xplosive . If its hdmi 2.0a you can receive full res ; expanded colour gamut and standard HDR 10 Ordinary 2k discs are fine also
There is no region free hardware solution for the 900 yet but if you convert those US blurays to h264 files it plays them well over a network
Interestingly, that was almost how I started, my plan was to have 5.1 with in ceiling speakers with a 65" TV, that was until I actually heard them (several different brands). The only ones that came close for me were the Krix but in the end I needed the centre channel coming from the front, not the ceiling so went with KRIX Symmetrix in-wall as fronts and Atmospherix in-ceiling for surrounds, later added a pair of Dynamix rears and a second Sub, Seismix3.
As @HDobsession mentioned, do yourself a favour and listen to and look at a few setups before you commit yourself to something difficult to change later.