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I need to know a price on this RCA Surround sound system. I am planning on buying it used and would like to know the selling price of this unit.

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My friend recently bought a RCA surround sound system for 200 euro, but I forgot to ask him what model number the system has.

Posted on Dec 12, 2014

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    Steve Kelley Dec 12, 2014

    Well I wont be paying anywhere near that in Canadian currency for a used system

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