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08:15 am, 6 January, 2021
Asking Price: $80.00
For Sale: 12/1/2002: restocked with 3 fresh turntables in time for xmas with more to come. 1 jvc, 1 realistic (technics) and 1 technics. more to come

Since I am retiring soon, I am starting to sell off my supplies and parts - so if you want to start, stop in and stock up

I have a store space full of restored vintage audio. I do it as a hobby to pay my Lowes bill.

I have units from the late 60s thru 2000 from 5 watts to 150.

I have some home theatre stuff - 1 ARC machine right now. The rest is good ole 2 channel audio. Most of it accepts a turn table AND I have 3 restored turntables at the store now.

also have tape decks, cd players, a few EQs and limited number of speakers. everything I sell is worked on and modernized. some are complete restores like the pioneer SX5 or the Nikko 3035

I even have a NEW onkyo with remote and manual...its 15 years old (or more) that was bought, stored and I got it as an estate, it still has the PLASTIC on the display.

I have pioneers, kenwoods, sansui, HK, MCS (yes, a lot of mint jcpenney), realistic, magnavox, HH scott, sony - etc.
in the store I have 17 units under power as of saturday.

come in and check out the micro class D amps - I have 2, 40w per channel or bridgable to 80W, with power supplies, in case you need to make a loud micro installation.

Fryburg Old treasures depot - upstairs, open 7 days a week. 814 354 2288.
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