Rogue Audio hard to resell, has it fallen out of favor ?

I've had a Rogue Sphinx 3 listed for a month at what sure looks to be a great price- $899. A few half hearted inquiries who then go dark. The unit is $1600 new. I haven't even gotten any low ball offers- which usually happens with any item I post, its part of the process. Meanwhile I've sold a Pass 250.8, An ARC REF150SE, and two other expensive amps with little trouble. 


Is the low end of the market suffering? Is Rogue falling out of favor ? My listing is at least $100 lower than a similar one and I think they're both priced fairly. I'll keep it rather than list for any lower. 


Any idea of what's going on ? 




I have a friend that it just took 7months to sell a pretty popular LTA amplifier. Price was set ‘normal’, too. Used sales do also slow down in the winter. Spring and Fall are quicker selling times, in general. 

Your original question: "Rogue Audio hard to resell, has it fallen out of favor ?"

I think less than a month is a decent time line for a sale, especially with all the wacky weather we have had recently. Your ad on AudiogoN & AudioMart had only one photo and they where different. One had a photo of what looks like a additional component that is not part of the package. Yours was also the lowest price of any and that sometimes puts doubts in buyer's  minds. Your offering a factory upgraded version over Version3, new from the factory might also factor in a buyer's decision making.

Comparing the sale of Pass & ARC gear to the Rogue, to me, is like apples & oranges. 

So, the answer to your original, title question is no.