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Vintage Sony and Pioneer Audio Equipment

Discussion in 'Audio, Video & Home Theater' started by jonathan21, Mar 30, 2013.

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    Hey guys,

    I'm new to this forum, but joined because i was reading some of your topics and you guys seem to really know your stuff.

    My father gave me some old audio equipment that he's literally had packed away for at least 20 years. Pristine condition but I have absolutely no use for any of it simply because I'm not an audiophile and I don't have the space for the large setup. I was hoping someone could tell me if these pieces of audio equipment are of value to anyone before I end up selling them too cheap or giving them away to someone who doesn't appreciate it. I tried doing research online but I couldn't find anything that helped me understand if people still enjoy using this type of audio equipment today.

    Here's the specs (I can take some pics if that helps anyone):

    Sony MHC-2200CD
    Mini Hi-Fi Component system
    This thing is massive and heavy

    Pioneer VSX-5400
    Audio/Video Stereo Receiver
    120v

    Pioneer PD-M530
    120v 60hz

    Thanks for any and all comments.
    :rockout:
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    Thanks, I guess some people still prefer this older equipment. Appreciate the ebay find.
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    I'd say 50-70 for each of the Pioneers.
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