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New & used price check For models:
PlayStation 2 DTL-T15000
PlayStation 2 DTL-H10000
PlayStation 2 DTL-H30001
Playstation 2 DTL-H20400
 

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Where are you? USA / EU?
Is it all boxed and complete?
Like new?
Any damage?
 

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If you have a DTL-H10000 that still works, just keep it as an artifact - they have the same electromigration problem in the clock drivers the retail SCPH-10000s have and will eventually fail for sure if you use them.
 

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Based on EU prices,
An unboxed 10000H is €250
30001 seem to be going up in prices these days; €150+
15000 are extremely rare. I got lucky with one a couple of years ago. There was another at the same time I saw sell for €700 (minor case damage)
20400 not very valuable, €50

For the 3 consoles, if they’re new & sealed, the sky’s the limit, depending on finding the right collector.
I wouldn’t sell my boxed (mint, but not new) 10000 for less than €800 and the 15000 more like €2k

10000 and 15000 are VERY delicate and prone to postal damage, no matter how great your packing skills are..,,....
 

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I don't really care about packaging, i also don't care if it's used as long as it isn't heavily worn or damaged. The DTL-3xxxx i would use in conjunction with my T10000 but the H10000 i won't be using because of failure risk. and yes, I'm using 240v 60hz. the h10k would have been on stepdown transformer with thar 20400 HDD
 

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If you have a DTL-H10000 that still works, just keep it as an artifact - they have the same electromigration problem in the clock drivers the retail SCPH-10000s have and will eventually fail for sure if you use them.

I have an scph 15000, should i be aware of that problem on it.
 

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I don't really care about packaging, i also don't care if it's used as long as it isn't heavily worn or damaged. The DTL-3xxxx i would use in conjunction with my T10000 but the H10000 i won't be using because of failure risk. and yes, I'm using 240v 60hz. the h10k would have been on stepdown transformer with thar 20400 HDD

I realise I mis-read your original post
I gave the price for a DTL T10000H
NOT a DTL H10000 - these are VERY different units!

You might not care about packaging, but one in the original packaging has likely been very well cared for, or maybe never used at all.
These are getting pretty old now - most “loose” ones will have a lot of scuffs, and likely had a bit of abuse. Especially on the laser from owners playing burned games. If you’re handy at swapping out the laser, then no probs.

re Electromigration issue mentioned above, I suspect retail models <18000 model will all be prone, as hardware changed significantly after.
Maybe another specialist can confirm?
 

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I have an scph 15000, should i be aware of that problem on it.

I'm not 100% sure, but from what I remember they have the same clock drivers so yes.

This problem wasn't limited to PS2s either - there were a lot of products using those TI clock drivers that started to fail in large numbers after several years of operation. I understand that TI produced revised chips that addressed this problem, but I don't know if any of them ever made it into a model of the PS2.
 

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it was that CKR61. it's on all 1st gen models. i got two of them in my drawers. good thing i got spares for defective units. needless to say, i will stop playing on it.
 

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it was that CKR61. it's on all 1st gen models. i got two of them in my drawers. good thing i got spares for defective units. needless to say, i will stop playing on it.
Hey fellas I've never heard of this clock driver before, could you tell me more about what breaks?
 
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