I'm getting ready to move and am not looking forward to lugging this stuff all over the place with me. I'd like to get $800 out of it. The things that are not for sale in the picture are: Playstation; VHS tapes; DVDs; digital cable box. Everything else is for sale. I'd like to sell it all together but if you'd like to make an offer on part of the entertainment center I would consider it.
A 27" Zenith TV.
I don't know a lot about how they measure televisions, the guy at sears told us it was Zenith's 27" model. I just measured it with a taylor-tape from one corner to the other diagonally and it measured 26". It has SEO front surround and the usual RCA/Coaxial jacks for VCR/Surround Sound Hookup. I purchased it for about $300 two years ago.
Sanyo 4-Head VCR
It has three sets of RCA jacks to hook up to a digital cable box, gaming console, and an output for the Surround Sound. Also has the usual Coaxial cable hookups. I purchased it for $120 at Wal Mart a year and a half ago.
General Electric Three Disc DVD player
It plays DVDs obviously as well as about all other forms of digital media including mp3's and burned CDRs. It has an S-Video output for outstanding quality. It also has coaxial and RCA outputs for Surround Sound. I purchased this for $180 at Wal Mart about 2 months ago.
Pioneer Home Theatre System
It includes a receiver, 6-disk CD Player, and dual cassette tape deck. The tape deck is not pictured but is in excellent shape. We just don't use it. It is a dolby pro logic system and includes 5 speakers. Two front speaker boxes hold a 12" woofer, a midrange, and high range tweeter. The center speaker and two smaller rear satalite speakers work with the receiver to create an excellent surround sound system for watching movies or playing music. I did not purchase this system. It was a gift and at the time of purchase was valued somewhere between $1200-$1600. I really hate to sacrifice this for such a low cost but as I've said, moving those huge speakers around is getting to be a pain.