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Hey Bob,We should do a GAS Flea Market thread (sticky) like the Rave used to. It's a great place to list things for local sale, stuff members may not want to ship or only offer to other local guys. I used to watch theirs all the time. Mark and I bought a couple of Consonance stands (one TT, one CD) from them a while back.If we do that, we'll have a centralized thread where GASsers can hawk their wares, audio and otherwise. Once an item listed gets sold, the poster just goes back to that post and mark it sold. Here's a link to the old NYAR Garage Sale
Audio Karma has mainly vintage stuff too, I think.
Greetings GASsers!I'm hoping to partake of the combined wisdom of the group, and/or guage interest in selling a pair of vintage JBL/"Lansing Signature" speakers I "inherited."(Best I can tell from my research, they're C-37s, from the late 1950s, with the '030' configuration [D130 15", 075 bullet tweeter, and N2400 crossover] in "vented" enclosures. I've seen them referred to as a "Rhodes" and/or "Lo Boys." They're lovely, and sound beautiful.)A dear friend of mine offered suggestions such as Audiogon and/or the Trading Post on Audio Circle, as examples. Here are my concerns with each--what do you think?While Audiogon is a terrific destination for the highest of high-end, it doesn't seem to have a strong "vintage" following from what I can glean...The Audio Circle Trading Post is good, but I don't know how broad their reach is, or whether it reaches much beyond the US market?And, though eBay probably casts the widest net, the problems with receiving payment/dealing with flakes is well documented, as you know...Also, I'm having a tough time finding "comps" to determine a reasonable price range. Lots of opinions, few results (One pair did go for 400,000 yen [nearly $5k ?U.S.]).In any event, that's where I stand at the moment. I'd like these to go to a good home. I'll have UPS professionally pack and ship them, but would also be happy to deliver them within about 200 miles or so.They're in terrific shape. I have lots of pics if anyone would like to have a look.Any advice/suggestions/clarification would be MUCH appreciated! Thanks in advance. Happy listening!Brian
So....which is better, tape or vinyl?
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