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Advice on selling separates system

Discussion in 'Hi-Fi Stereo Systems & Separates' started by Melter, Jan 31, 2005.

  1. Melter

    Melter
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    Hi, I'm looking to sell my trusty old Kenwood 91 series system on Ebay as it's too big and heavy to keep shifting in our small house, and I reckon it's time to let it go and move on. :(

    Anyway I'm not expecting a lot for it but I was wondering if anybody had an idea what this might be worth now and what sort of reserve price I should set as I don't want it to go for silly money. Does £100 sound reasonable, optimistic, under-estimated? Used constantly over the last 18 years and has never let me down.

    The system comprises:
    Kenwood
    P-91 Turntable
    T-91L Tuner
    A-91 Integrated Amp
    GE-910 Dual Equaliser
    X-91 Twin Cassette
    DP-720 CD Player
    Wharfedale Ritz Diamond Speakers.

    Thanks.
     
  2. KoThreads

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    I have the same problem when trying to sell old kit. It's always going to seem to be worth more to the owner than what it's worth, especially if it works well.

    All I do is work out how old it is vs it's original cost and how much things that are comparable, if at all, cost now.

    If all else fails bung it on at £100 and just see what happens.
     

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