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McCall St. Brewer

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I am moving my business to a much smaller office and one of the things I am losing is a huge storage area. I'm going to have to sell or throw out a lot of stuff and one of the things I have "re-discovered" there is my old stereo system from the late 1970's.

I have a receiver, a Hitachi turntable, and some really, really nice Infinity QE 8 inch bookshelf speakers. I haven't used the stuff for almost 10 years, so I guess it makes no sense to keep storing it.

My question is, what's the best way to sell the stuff? Craigslist?

How can I ever figure out what to ask for it?
 

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Craigslist.

Don't expect much. These aren't brands that are sought after by audiophiles.
 

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You can try AudiogoN, which is an audiophile site, but like arturo7 mentioned they won't likely be too interested. I'd probably go the craigslist route.
 

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I am moving my business to a much smaller office and one of the things I am losing is a huge storage area. I'm going to have to sell or throw out a lot of stuff and one of the things I have "re-discovered" there is my old stereo system from the late 1970's.

I have a receiver, a Hitachi turntable, and some really, really nice Infinity QE 8 inch bookshelf speakers. I haven't used the stuff for almost 10 years, so I guess it makes no sense to keep storing it.

My question is, what's the best way to sell the stuff? Craigslist?

How can I ever figure out what to ask for it?
What is the band and model of the receiver ?
 
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