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    Default RCA SelectaVision Videodiscs (CED)

    Is anyone in here a collector of the format? I will be liquidating my very extensive collection very soon. If there is a particular title you are looking title, please ask me, I most likely might have it. I will be posting the entire library here very soon.

    Thanks,
    Daniel

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    Are you selling a player as well ?
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    All but one of my players were sold months ago, but there are good working players on eBay that can be had for as low as $20 bucks plus shipping.
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    I've got 30-40 of those. Trashed the players years ago. Maybe we should start a SelectaVision forum somewhere.

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    Yeah, I've bought 'working' stuff from eBay before...
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    Where on earth are you looking? I have never seen them for anything less than $50 before shipping.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GottaLottaStuff View Post
    I've got 30-40 of those. Trashed the players years ago. Maybe we should start a SelectaVision forum somewhere.
    I have one player left, perhaps when all the discs are gone I will sell that too. It is a 400 series interactive player. I agree, perhaps maybe in Off-Topic start a SelectaVision/CED Forum, there is a slight cross-over between the 400 series players and computers, because the 400 series could be computer controlled via the players auxiliary control port.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeXT View Post
    Where on earth are you looking? I have never seen them for anything less than $50 before shipping.
    Keep looking my friend, you will find one. It really is an interesting hobby to have if you are in a position; both space-wise and financially to collect/store them.

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    Default First Five Discs

    Here are the first five discs for sale:

    1. Death Wish
    2. Death Wish 2
    3. Death Wish 3
    4. How to Beat the High Cost of Living
    5. The Spy Who Loved Me


    Price includes shipping, $10 per disc. If you buy more than one, I will take $2 off per disc above the first.

    Thanks,
    Daniel

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    I envy you guys with the time. I've had a DVD player for years and to date, I've only watched one DVD.

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