Vintage Panasonic Hi-Fi system advice for selling

temas

Novice Member
Hi there. I’m helping to clear out my parents house and they’ve asked me to sell their hi-fi. I think it’s all an early 80s’ collection of separates that that were all bought brand new together with a cabinet. It’s all mint condition and hardly used. It consists of SL-H302 turntable, SU-2700 amp, ST-2700L tuner, RS-619 tape deck, SB-2700 speakers and SH-519 display cabinet. All original manuals and guarantee cards included. Collectors condition throughout.

My main question really is whether I should list this as one unit or separately. It’s a shame to separate the units, but I can’t imagine many people wanting the whole thing unless they are a collector or dealer. Also if its better sold as separates, it makes it easier for me to transport with me to London to sell.

thanks for any advice.
 

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Vice

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Looks like some classic gear. I would suggest approaching a shop like Audio Gold in North London. They sell that sort of thing and they also buy in.
 

temas

Novice Member
Looks like some classic gear. I would suggest approaching a shop like Audio Gold in North London. They sell that sort of thing and they also buy in.
Haha. Ironically I live less than a mile from them. I didn’t know they were so well known.
 

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