Audigy platinum 2 lower than £146?

  Mysticnas 00:37 07 Jan 03
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  Mysticnas 00:37 07 Jan 03

Hiya all, asking for a big favour here...

can anyone find the "Audigy 2 Platinum" for less than £146???

If you can please post the website link here thanks!!!

Thanks you all your troubles, time, and effort!!! :o)

Nas

  Mysticnas 00:54 07 Jan 03

thats a Creative Sound card for those who do not know, although i doubt there is anyone here that won't know. :o)

I already have the Player verison of that card, which is the same but minus the front connection drive, which i know regret not buying instead.

I'm selling my current card to mate. i payed £99 for it brand new, been used for a month or two. £70 seems fair don't it? considering it's still got warrenty and drivers CD's and games that came with it.

  northamuk 00:57 07 Jan 03

Have you tried Google?

  Mysticnas 01:04 07 Jan 03

but can't find anything lower yet.

just thought people might know some websites???

worth a try anyway.

  powerless 02:05 07 Jan 03

click here

But no lower than £146 :-(

  Mysticnas 11:34 07 Jan 03

i've already been there.

went through about 4 pages in google yesterday before i gave up on it. tried differnt engines but they all give the same result. oh well.

Do you think £70 is a fair price for him? (read 2nd post 4 more info)

  €dstow 11:41 07 Jan 03

I remember when I had an SB5.1 and wanted the platinum version, my computer guru obtained just the add-on bits (front panel and so on) direct from Creative in Ireland.

Perhaps they still do this for Audigy. Worth a try.

I know there is a shop on the Creative website.

€d

  Mysticnas 16:12 07 Jan 03

i they only have the audigy 1 front end, so i emailed them to ask them it it'd fit my audigy 2. they said NO!!! :o(

but they'll be bringing out the front end for it soon. That was a month ago and the said it'll be out over xmas.

oh well.

  Elrond 17:48 07 Jan 03

click here

even cheaper

click here

  Elrond 17:49 07 Jan 03

Sorry, got mislead. Forgot bout VAT. Sorry again. I know why these companies do it. But i think they shud put the including VAT prices first.

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