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Old 14th September 2012, 07:36 PM   #1
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i got a 1987 5 pcs hh Scott tower system that im trying to sell but don't now what will be the right price. i don't want to charge more than what i need to and don't want to get ripped off . here is the set SPEAKERS: hh Scott model - S368 , TURNTABLE: hh Scott model - PS358 tone bar or cartridge not working. TUNER hh Scott model - ST235 , CD PLAYER: - DA952 , RECEIVER amp equalizer integrated model - SA328 ac 120 v/60 hz 640w 700va CASSETTE DECK : model - DD348 everything works great sounds LOUD and crisp the speakers box and component cabinet look like new just minor scuffs would say 97% looks like new i just re foam the speakers and they sound great. please help if you know anything about this items thanks.
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