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    Wink Nokia Mediamaster 9200 or 9600

    I know they are old but mine years ago was destroyed in a storage shed fire I would like one and the remote control
    What I'm looking for is the old Nokia Mediamaster 9200S/9600S satellite reciever with a remote



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    I think I have one in storage but donít have a clue what itís worth now, cost a bloody fortune when I bought it, make me an offer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Al Bundy View Post
    I think I have one in storage but donít have a clue what itís worth now, cost a bloody fortune when I bought it, make me an offer.
    I've still got mine I think, somewhere in the mess that is my garage. IIRC, it's a bit banged up but still works...still has an old allcam in it too I think....

    Aaah...... Al, the good 'ol days hey.......
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    Same here, still have my Nokia in the shed somewhere.. Paid big bucks for it.. Was hooked up to a scsi card / pc and logged the stream..
    Not looking to sell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnno View Post
    Same here, still have my Nokia in the shed somewhere.. Paid big bucks for it.. Was hooked up to a scsi card / pc and logged the stream..
    Not looking to sell.
    Exactly.....not looking to sell really.......don't really care either, just I have no idea where it is, and I don't have the time to pull my double garage (read u-stow it for my kids) apart.
    The fact that there's a highway to hell and a stairway to heaven says a lot about the anticipated traffic flow.

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