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For Sale - Sony LF-PK1 Location Free Base Station £40.00

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8y, 2w agoPosted 8 years, 2 weeks agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Brand New in Box
Bought with good intention but never even taken out of the box. This is the one with the PSP sticker on the outside which contains the Vista version CD.

Looking for £40 and will deliver free
Shipping/Payment:
ASKING PRICE: £40 by Paypal
Delivery Free
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8y, 2w agoPosted 8 years, 2 weeks agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Would you post first?
#2
Yes, no problem.
#3
Hi,

Do you have any photos of the actual item for sale your could post here?

(Your HotUKDeals user name written on paper somewhere in one of the photos would be an incentive to buy too!)

Thanks.

BFN,

fp.
#4
D00nhamer
Yes, no problem.


...if you are local to an interested party are you open to the suggestion of collection in-person from you?

That said, where are you in the UK?

BFN,

fp.
#5
Dumfries
#6
D00nhamer
Dumfries


Ahhh... not that local to me in Kent, then :) But maybe somebody else...
#7
mate ould you take £35 for it, if so PM me your details, cheers.
#8
dazzler71
mate ould you take £35 for it, if so PM me your details, cheers.


Thanks for the offer but I'll hold out for £40. Any less and it's not the hassle of wrapping it up and posting it. I'll just keep it and have a play with it one day when I'm bored.
#9
Ill give you £37 paid by paypal soon as you are ready. pm me if OK
#10
pic please ass am insterested?
#11
I'll take a pic in the morning.
#12
I've got a picture but can't upload it to photobucket. It hangs at 100%. Tried it in IE7 and Firefox. If anyone wants to see a picture to confirm ownership PM me an email address.
#13
host it on imageshack.us
#14
#15
I am very very interested and hope you can hold it until tomorrow as got to make a call during working hours to tv liscence to see if my theory will work the theory is as follows:

I am at home still going to uni but hoping to move into halls in January and dont want to pay a tv liscence for the few times i use it but think if i put my freeview box with this at home (mum home) and send it on the internet, I dont see that i will then have to pay for a liscence as the TV will be being recieved at Mum's home and not at my uni address... assuming that theory makes sense?

Anyway i am pretty sure that is the case but going to call tomorrow to check.

Thanks

Ben
#16
No worries
#17
jamhops
I am very very interested and hope you can hold it until tomorrow as got to make a call during working hours to tv liscence to see if my theory will work the theory is as follows:

I am at home still going to uni but hoping to move into halls in January and dont want to pay a tv liscence for the few times i use it but think if i put my freeview box with this at home (mum home) and send it on the internet, I dont see that i will then have to pay for a liscence as the TV will be being recieved at Mum's home and not at my uni address... assuming that theory makes sense?

Anyway i am pretty sure that is the case but going to call tomorrow to check.

Thanks

Ben


If you are re-routing a live TV programme broadcast across the Internet you will need a licence at the destination in order to view the content on the receiving equipment...

FYI:
[ http://www.tvlicensing.co.uk/information/index.jsp ]
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You must be covered by a valid TV Licence if you watch or record television programmes as they're being shown on TV. It makes no difference what equipment you use - whether it’s a laptop, PC, mobile phone, digital box, DVD recorder or a TV set - you still need a licence.

You do not need a TV Licence to view video clips on the internet, as long as what you are viewing is not being shown on TV at the same time as you are viewing it.

If you use a digital box with a hi-fi system, or another device that can only be used to produce sounds and can't display TV programmes, and you don't install or use any other TV receiving equipment, you don't need a TV Licence.
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BFN,

fp.
#18
fanpages
If you are re-routing a live TV programme broadcast across the Internet you will need a licence at the destination in order to view the content on the receiving equipment...

FYI:
[ http://www.tvlicensing.co.uk/information/index.jsp ]
---
You must be covered by a valid TV Licence if you watch or record television programmes as they're being shown on TV. It makes no difference what equipment you use - whether it’s a laptop, PC, mobile phone, digital box, DVD recorder or a TV set - you still need a licence.

You do not need a TV Licence to view video clips on the internet, as long as what you are viewing is not being shown on TV at the same time as you are viewing it.

If you use a digital box with a hi-fi system, or another device that can only be used to produce sounds and can't display TV programmes, and you don't install or use any other TV receiving equipment, you don't need a TV Licence.
---

BFN,

fp.


But i know that you can come under you parents liscence if you use a laptop with DVB usb reciever and it is not plugged into the wall so all i need is a back up PSU? Thanks anyway was about to make the call now i dont need to,

One sec i was going to use my recording freeview box (never watch live TV) does that mean i dont need a liscence on those basis?

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