Can this help?
Check on E Bay, do a search and see what they are selling for and that will give you an idea as to what someone is willing to pay for it. Its only worth what someone wants to pay, Although you can always find someone who doesn't have a clue.
+1. Once you've signed in to eBay, there's a mode which will show recently completed auctions; that will tell you what they're actually selling for rather than what people are asking for them or what the current bid is. Remember to allow for shipping cost when calculating true price.It really depends on how much someone wants that particular unit and what alternatives are selling for this week. One of my own MP3 players is about to be retired from that use and treated just as a pocket-sized external hard drive...
It is worth what someone will actually pay for it. What specific model and what condition is it it? L