there are 4 for sale here, print it out for the shipper and take an average.
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Thanks for your response Kenscollick, but the 4 subs listed are not damaged.
Well wasnt yours NOT damaged before the shipper got a hold of them. You should do what Kennesollick said. Also the seller sold it to you for a price. That should be the 'insured value'.
Since the seller is asking you for a fair market value (sounds like a real bonehead) tell him/her retail value and go from there. I smell some real negative feedback.
Also keep all the shipping material to show the shipper if and when a claim is submitted
If I were you, I'd tell the shipper I wanted a full refund, and let him deal with the shipping 'clean up'. The value of the sub after the shipping damage is of no concern to you. It's the shipper's problem.
Let him file the claim with the shipper, and they may want to come to your house to inspect. However, he should refund you the full purchase price, and then he and the shipping company can haggle over the insurance while you are out shopping for a new subwoofer. After you get your refund, and he has filed the insurance claim, the carrier will probably pick the sub up and send it back to him to send out for repairs. THEN he will know the value of the subwoofer.
That's the way the AudiogoN policy is written anyway.