Kuro83

Selling Pioneer Kuro LX609A 60'' Plasma 9th Gen

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Hi All,

Up for sale: Pioneer Kuro LX609A 60'' Plasma TV 9th Generation.

This legend needs no introduction: The Rolls Royce of plasmas.

Purchased new in 2010 (no longer have box or receipt).

Watched on average 2 hours a week and only for blu ray movies.

Comes with speakers & stand (attached). Remote and all original documents included.

Selling as I've moved from a 4 bedroom house to a 2 bed unit and can't enjoy it the way it's supposed too.

Have replaced the board last year (work completed by Spencer Electronics - authorised Pioneer dealer).

Make an offer. Pickup from Enfield NSW 2136.

Happy to answer any questions or to provide more photo's.

Review can be found here: https://www.cnet.com/uk/products/pioneer-kuro-pdp-lx6090/review/

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hi

thanks for the photos. I live in Brisbane so I would have to fly to Sydney and drive it back.

I had a kuro 8gen since 2008 and it has just gone unserviceable (needs new panel at cost of 3k) so would like to replace it with another kuro if possible but that depends on the price you are after.

I would be prepared to pay 1200 if it is in very good condition.

let me know

 

thanks

 

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hi

thanks for the photos. I live in Brisbane so I would have to fly to Sydney and drive it back.

I had a kuro 8gen since 2008 and it has just gone unserviceable (needs new panel at cost of 3k) so would like to replace it with another kuro if possible but that depends on the price you are after.

I would be prepared to pay 1200 if it is in very good condition.

let me know

 

thanks

 

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hi

thanks for the photos. I live in Brisbane so I would have to fly to Sydney and drive it back.

I had a kuro 8gen since 2008 and it has just gone unserviceable (needs new panel at cost of 3k) so would like to replace it with another kuro if possible but that depends on the price you are after.

I would be prepared to pay 1200 if it is in very good condition.

let me know

 

thanks

 

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