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Old May 14th, 2012, 03:33 AM
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Do You Think This Price Is Reasonable?

Looking to see some stuff. Just a few things. I looked online for prices and dropped prices down (as $600 was way too much to ask for). I did like a dollar for a connector, two for cables. In this list, is asking $200 too much?

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Did an entire count of everything but there may be a +/- factor. There may be one less gender changer mentioned below. There may be an extra DVI (unknown type) cable in the mix. A few extras were thrown in and I did not keep count of them. Below is the exact count of what I did get to, which does not include the things added in afterward.
I am not responsible if cable or connector decides to not function as it should, and sale is final.
Thank you.

CABLES (various lengths) (many been opened and used, some unopened)

[1] PS/2 mouse & keyboard extension cable, 6-pin miniDIN male/female
[32] RS-232 DB25 male to DB9 female
[1] RS-232 DB9 male to female cable
[16] RS-232 DB25 male to DB25 female
[2] PS/2 male to female cable
[25] RJ-11 phone cords
[2] Ethernet CAT5 cables

CABLES: the VIDEO and SOUND collection (all but one unopened)

[2] ATI Domino AV Input adapter (SN 6110019800) (unopened)
[1] ATI Domino AV HD Output-5 & Audio Cable (SN 6110020900) (unopened)
[1] ATI AV Input Cable (SN 6110018300) (unopened)
[2] ATI Domino AV Output & Audio Cable (SN 6110018400) (unopened)
[2] ATI FM cables (SN 6110008000) (unopened)
[1] ATI VGA Cable AV I/O Hub Splitter (SN 6110020700G)
[2] DVI-I duel link splitter cable: 1-Male to 2-Female (unopened)
[1] DVI-D single link male to male cable (unopened)
[1] DELL HDTV cable - S-video TV-out (1) / SPDIF (2) / Pr (3) / Pb (4) / Y (5) (unopened)

CONNECTORS / ADAPTERS (many been opened and used, some unopened)

[1] PS/2 male to USB adapter
[3] PS/2 male to DB9 male adapter
[2] PS/2 female to DB9 female adapter
[2] USB to DB9 male adapter
[1] USB to DB9 female adapter
[12] DB25 male to male gender changer
[11] DB25 female to female gender changer
[20] DB25 male to female NULL adapters
[2] DB9 male to female gender changer
[2] DB9 female to female gender changer
[20] DB9 male to male gender changer
[2] RS-232 Mini Tester
[1] M-150 Modular RFI Filter for RJ-11
[12] Equinox RJ-45 to DB-25 DCE Adapter
[3] Male AT keyboard to female PS/2 mouse adapter
[4] Female AT keyboard to male PS/2 mouse adapter

HARDWARE (used)

Hayes ACCURA V.90/56K Ext Data/FAX - 56 Kbps Fax / modem - serial RS-232
2400 Boca external modem
Data Transfer Switch box. Female DB25 ports (x5): I/O, A-D

CABLING MAKINGS

[19] DB25 connector casings
[22] DB25 male heads for soldering
[20] DB25 female heads for soldering
[8] DB9 male heads for soldering
[7] DB9 female heads for soldering
[?] 22 AWG stranded wire (unknown amount of feet, could be 50 or more)
[1] VGA head for soldering

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Old June 1st, 2012, 12:29 AM
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Sorry no one responded CT. Somebody's box of junk they couldn't use (been there, bought that, regretted it). I find it easier to just buy as I need, instead of hoarding what I will likely never need.
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Old June 1st, 2012, 12:46 PM
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Sorry no one responded CT. Somebody's box of junk they couldn't use (been there, bought that, regretted it). I find it easier to just buy as I need, instead of hoarding what I will likely never need.
I missed your post CT. I agree with Tom I have boxes and boxes of stuff but it is much easier to go and buy the bit I need at the time. Notwithstanding, IF you do happen to find the right person, they will think a heavenly gift has been bestowed upon them for the $200 you are asking..
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Old June 2nd, 2012, 07:18 AM
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Don't forget to recycle your old electronics too guys.

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Old September 10th, 2014, 09:09 PM
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Did you ever get all of this stuff sold???? I'm in need of one of those ATI cables.
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Old September 10th, 2014, 09:10 PM
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Do you by any chance have any ATI AVIO cables in your junk?
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Old September 11th, 2014, 01:29 AM
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fwbbadboy, 2 years on I think the stuff is long gone. Try searching eBay or Kijiji or your local CL.
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