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Barco cracks the price ceiling 24 Sep 2012 20:31 #39249

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Under 40 K brand new. One piece unit with server, etc. DP2k-105.
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Barco cracks the price ceiling 24 Sep 2012 23:58 #39250

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hopefully cheap enough --- no vpf will be a plus for small markets.
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Barco cracks the price ceiling 25 Sep 2012 02:34 #39251

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According to two different major dealers, it is $36,000 list. Probably closer to $30,000 street. I've also had another dealer say the NEC and Christie units will be a hair under $30k street.

Though, it should be noted that they cracked the price floor. Sorry, that's my economics degree coming out :p
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Barco cracks the price ceiling 28 Sep 2012 03:00 #39278

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Price reductions like this will hopefully change the economics of conversion in some marginal situations. Even so, the conversion process is a good excuse for a struggling cinema to call it quits, as the four-screen Casablanca in Bethel, Maine did last week after 17 years.

www.sunjournal.com/news/oxford-hills/201...eater-closes/1257734

There's ongoing talk about a multiplex for nearby Rumford, and the Casablanca's closing might be just the impetus to move this project forward. There is still the Narrow Gauge (hi!) to consider, of course, and every time I've been there it's been a first-rate presentation. It would be mighty hard to approach that standard. As things stand, the only remaining cinema in my county is the Flagship in Oxford, which is clearly struggling despite the presence of a thriving casino a couple of miles away (I and my companion have been the only patrons on three straight visits.)
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