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Topic # 151701 2-Sep-2014 15:19

Hi there - I am hoping someone can help point me in the right direction. I have inherited some audio equipment that I know very little about, and I have been struggling to find any info on current prices to look at selling them second hand.

There's a full set of Onkyo speakers, including subwoofer (SL-107) and front and rear speakers (SKF-4600 and SKS-4600), and an amp (TX-SR501).  I think it's about 8-9 years old.  

I also have some Energy, Yamaha, and Sony speakers from about the same period, a Kenwood amp and CD player, and a Yamaha 5 CD changer, a Yamaha centre speaker and modulator.  There's also a Yamaha Laserdisc player.

Sorry if this is in the wrong forum - I am feeling a bit overwhelmed about what to do with the stuff, and have been googling for a while without turning up anything helpful.  As it's older than what is around now, I don't know where to begin to figure out a reasonable price to ask for them. Thanks for any help anyone can offer.

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  Reply # 1120551 2-Sep-2014 15:43
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Ebay is a great place to start for weird items if Trademe isn't getting you anywhere. Obviously it's not going to be a true reflection but gives you a base line to work with. 

The SR501 was a perfectly OK little amplifier and would be perfectly fine for a basic sound setup. No HDMI though I don't think, so probably not worth much to anyone wanting to use it with their TV for video passthrough. 



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  Reply # 1120635 2-Sep-2014 17:48

Thanks for that, will dig around on ebay for a bit.

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