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    Hello everyone, Im trying to eventually collect all the game systems released in the US, for now post Atari 5800. Im going to start saving for a Laser Active system with the modules (Genesis and TG-16) I want the original controllers and all with it. Im getting information now on what to expect when paying for this and about how much im going to be expected to pay, with just the system and controllers, modules and hookups.

    Please advise. Im looking forward to getting this system soooo bad.

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    Default With Sega PAC

    I have been looking to replace my broken player for a while.

    To get one in the condition you want with a Sega PAC, I would say about $150 is normal. But a LaserAcvtive with a NEC PAC rarely ever comes up in America, it has gone for upwards of $300 and more.

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    I love buying stuff now, that I could never afford in the past!!!

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    Yeah, I paid about $100 for my Laseractive. It had a few minor, and I mean minor cosmetic issues. It came with the Sega module, remote, controller and documentation. Just no packaging.

    I've seen MIB NEC modules going for $500 or more easily on Ebay. Good luck with your hunt!

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    There was someone selling one on Atariage with some possible issues for $120 with a bunch of Genesis games. A good price in my opinion. I sold a Laseractive with Sega Pac and a few games for over $500 on Ebay but that was a fluke.

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    Please post these kinds of threads in the antique roadshow thread located in the Buying and Selling forum.


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