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    "vintage receiver values" site

    Last night I pulled from trash an old Kenwood KR-10000 II stereo receiver. I know nothing about receivers, so might have to learn some since it appears to be only partially functional, and I do not want to scrap it unless I absolutely can't fix it or sell it in its current shape.

    Tried to figure out its value, went on eBay but found no sold listings. Then found this site: vintage receiver values It seems to have longer history than eBay itself on what has been sold.



    Anyhow, maybe someone else into restoring vintage audio equipment will find it useful

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    Great - I've got an old receiver on the shelf I haven't had the heart to tear down


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