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Old 13th April 2013, 08:26 PM   #1
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Default 93 Sony Receiver & tape deck, Fischer CD player, what's the worth?

I'm cleaning out my storage. I have the following to see what to sell for.

1) 1993 SONY STR-D611 Home Am/Fm Receiver Pro-Logic Surround, new, I paid about $300.00.

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70w x2 RMS w/ .80% THD, 20w Center, 20w x2 Surround, A/B Speakers, Headphone Out ♦ Mute, Bass Boost, Dolby Pro Logic, Simulated Surround, 2 Video/ 3 Audio Inputs ♦ Digital Tuner w/ 11.2 dBf FM Sens., 30 Presets, Direct Tuning ♦ Switched AC Out, 430 x 135 x 295mm WHD, 6.4 kg.
2) SONY TC-W435 Dual Cassette Deck
3) 1986 Fischer Studio-Standard CD Player AD-864
4) SONY Three speakers, One center, two fronts, or (rears)
5) Two KLM Floor speakers
6) Two Radio Shack Realistic Speakers. (I used for B Kitchen extras)

Thanks for any input. I just do not know the value, and do not want to just give away. Maybe great for a garage system.
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SONY TC-W435 is probably worth $ 120,I think so.
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