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For Sale Xbox One S, MSI Cubi HTPC, V-Moda Crossfade Wireless Headphones, and more

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jr83

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1. XBox One S
- Purchased in Sep 2018 from an eBay seller for 17k (was 6 months old)
- Full box and packaging available (HDMI cable, 1 controller)
- Used only for UHD Bluray playback, I already have a PS4 Pro which is used for gaming
- Have shifted to a Sony UBP X700 now
- Selling this for INR 9,500
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Can be used as the center of your entertainment center (streaming, UHD bluray playback, gaming)!

2. MSI Cubi HTPC
- Purchased in Sep 2016 from Amazon USA
- Configured with a 60GB SSD, 8GB DDR3 RAM, Pentium 3805U
- You can add another Hard drive to it; upto 4TB 2.5"
- Plays 4K content easily
- Product page
- Selling this for INR 10,000
- Can be used as a HTPC, media server, Plex server.

3. V-Moda Crossfade Wireless headphones (1st version)
- Purchased in October 2018 from headphonezone.in (invoice available) for 18,780 including XL Cushions
- I thought I'd like a bass-heavy, EDM focused headphones; turns out I was very wrong
- Still have the box and packaging available
- Upgraded with the XL Cushion kit
- Product link
- Selling these for INR 12,000

Also in the photos are a Razer Tartarus V2 gaming keyboard controller, and a PCIe riser. Selling the Razer for 3500INR, and the riser for 1000INR.
 

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raptor77

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@jr83 I'm drooling over those Crossfade headphones but they are way out of my budget! When you say you thought you wanted bass-heavy headphones and you were wrong, does that mean they are very bass-heavy and you didn't like that? What kind of music do you prefer?
 

jr83

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@jr83 I'm drooling over those Crossfade headphones but they are way out of my budget! When you say you thought you wanted bass-heavy headphones and you were wrong, does that mean they are very bass-heavy and you didn't like that? What kind of music do you prefer?

Not really, I realized I really really loved noise cancelling! All my headphones so far had active NC, and this was my mistake with this pair.
 

jr83

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Dropping the V Moda down to 8500INR now.
Great price for a barely used wireless headphone set costing 18.8k new!
 
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