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Author:  Cayden [ Sun Nov 25, 2012 7:22 am ]
Post subject:  WTB Zoom H4N. (WITHDRAWN)

I am looking to buy a Zoom H4N in excellent pre-owned condition or new. Also inquiring of any particularly good vendors at the very best pricing? Thanks for any replies and please send info via PM.

Cayden

New H4N purchased in great Cyber Monday Deal. Thanks all for the help.

Author:  Feadoggie [ Sun Nov 25, 2012 12:00 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: WTB Zoom H4N

This might not be everyone's cup of tea but you can still find bargains on eBay. I have. Their are several sellers on eBay that offer refurbished or repackaged Zoom products. They are usually offered well below the usual retail price. Most of these are returned units some may have had repairs. You have to read the fine print in the auctions but many of these will come with all the accessories normally packaged with the new units including the warranty. Of course Santa season just makes the auction competition a bit stiffer.

Don't count out new old stock on the previous Zoom models either The original H4 was a pretty good product. The recording quality of the Zoom H2 and H2n are also really good. So if you don't need the extra inputs they should be looked at.

Feadoggie

Author:  Cayden [ Sun Nov 25, 2012 6:55 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: WTB Zoom H4N

Feadoggie wrote:
This might not be everyone's cup of tea but you can still find bargains on eBay. I have. Their are several sellers on eBay that offer refurbished or repackaged Zoom products. They are usually offered well below the usual retail price. Most of these are returned units some may have had repairs. You have to read the fine print in the auctions but many of these will come with all the accessories normally packaged with the new units including the warranty. Of course Santa season just makes the auction competition a bit stiffer.

Don't count out new old stock on the previous Zoom models either The original H4 was a pretty good product. The recording quality of the Zoom H2 and H2n are also really good. So if you don't need the extra inputs they should be looked at.

Feadoggie


Feadoggie,
Thanks for that suggestion. I will take a look at Ebay. I really would like to avoid buying someone elses problem though. I guess "Caveat emptor" being the rule. :(

Cayden

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