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Best place to sell vintage turntable arm and cartridges?
I have a technics DD table Sl110, in mint condition, along with a rega RB200 tonearm and two audio technica cartridges (no stylus) for sale, wheres the best place to get shot? ive seen the deck go for £340 on ebay. Would like some advice so i can spend the proceeds on a new cd player as thats the format i mostly use now. The techie was my dads.  I also have a stack of vinyl (many original artists recordings that must be worth something??   Any advice would be great, cheers, andy 
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Re: Best place to sell vintage turntable arm and cartridges?

also, just so the mods don't delete this, im not selling on here, i want to know if there are any specialist places that would buy my gear!

im only 20 and have no idea about any of this older stuff! 

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Those responding to this thread please be similarly aware of House Rules. No offers, no email addresses, no competitive sites please...

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sell on ebay and list worldwide (excluding USA/Canada and countries that do not use the same power as UK) ... use www.parcel2go.com for the delivery (buyer pays for delivery over and above the selling price) ... pack well and insure ...


you will possibly get the best price for your item as you will get lots of people viewing the item ... start the price low, list for 10 days and let it find it's own value

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ive just put me Technics SL120MK2 with SME series III 3009 arm and SHURE cassette M95HE on ebay,uk and worldwide posting with a starting bid of £300, tried to sell it on other sites but there was just not as much interest or selling crowd than with ebay. Run's out in near 3 days so fingers crossed ebay is the way to go after reading these comments. Im dissapointed that other sites with fixed prices cant sell a product as well as a site that offers...... Should start doing it in restaurants and shops here too LOL

 

 

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