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# 143385 13-Apr-2014 08:03
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Can anyone give me a guide to the price I should ask for this gear. Having to sell it as elderly parent has been moved to a "Home" and is having to sell their house to cover costs.
Trade me has Technics gear from "$10 the lot" to $2600 per turntable. I was hoping for a more realistic but fair guide from audiophiles here. The turntable needs a new drive belt but everything else is in as new condition.

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  # 1024260 13-Apr-2014 08:03
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Hmmmm. Here we go.




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  # 1024264 13-Apr-2014 08:24
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Sorry i'm not into these but i can tell you where to look

- listening post 2nd hand - check them out
- trademe 




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  # 1024265 13-Apr-2014 08:31
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thanks joker97... no technics gear on listening post at the moment..... must be too old

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  # 1024302 13-Apr-2014 11:06
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I suggest that it's not worth much at all, the best "return" for it might be to find a teenage relative who is in to retro-cool and LPs and give it to them.


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  # 1024392 13-Apr-2014 15:08
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Fred99: I suggest that it's not worth much at all, the best "return" for it might be to find a teenage relative who is in to retro-cool and LPs and give it to them.



agreed.

all the models listed are pretty mundane.

maybe $1 auction on tm.







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  # 1024399 13-Apr-2014 15:16
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Thanks all. I appreciate the feedback

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  # 1024400 13-Apr-2014 15:22
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Unfortunately @Fred99 is bang on the money,
I think the $2600 ones you saw on trademe would most likely be SL1200 or 1210's which are still currently classed as top of the line gear with DJ's

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