Wanted P10 in Silver [Found]


#1

I will pay up to $3000 including fees for a new one with a warranty. That means you must have purchased from an authorized PS Audio dealer and can prove it. Price goes down from there, based on what you have.


#2

Purchased one last night. Also, I would like to thank Kevin at PS Audio for his help.


#3

Did you get one from PS Audio? Or one of their dealers? Whenever a new unit has come up it sells quick and PS Audio doesn’t list anything for sale (only the new units will be shipping in April). I need a new regenerator, my P500 died a couple of months ago, but I’m trying to resist until the new P5/P10 are released to see what the “buzz” is before making a long term commitment.


#4

I put a “wanted” ad on AudiogoN and a guy replied with a 4 month old unit he purchased from PS Audio within my parameters so I bought it. WIN-WIN!


#5

One more thing… The general consensus is that the “old” P10 is better than the “new” P5. With the “new” P5 having an MSRP of $5000 it was time to score a “old” P10 for less than $3000.


#6

I agree and did the same, found a nearly new one made last August for a great price.


#7

Ok, I saw that ad. I got the impression that PS Audio was involved in finding it, was curious, that’s all. I’m going to AXPONA in about a week and will check out the new units. I don’t think anyone on the forum, outside of PS Audio employees, have heard the new P10/P5 so it is a stretch to say how good they are. Regardless, a good buy on a recent P10 certainly sounds like a fall back plan …


#8

Kevin helped me determine that the unit was in fact purchase from an authorized dealer. In this case it was directly from PS Audio.


#9

That was a smart thing to do and it’s great that PS Audio helps in that regard. Should I find a used one I would do likewise, having the warranty for at least a short time is a definite plus.