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Graphic Equalizer - CD player - see photos and advert - $35 (Gorham Maine)

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brackett road near day road

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condition: like new
make / manufacturer: Fisher and Technics
model name / number: Equalizer and CD Player

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From a clean pet free / smoke free home

$35 each or make an offer for BOTH or if you are interested in the aforementioned Dolby Surround Digital Pro Logic receiver amplifier in the other listing - make me an offer on all three.

Available for viewing almost anytime - most days, ... and after 4pm on other days, thanks for reading.

HiFi stereo Components / Stereo system components here in this listed ( there is a separate listing for an $80 Dolby Surround Sound Marantz built Philips FR968 Pro Logic Receiver - see all my adverts - happy to cut you a great deal )

So here we have 2 hifi stereo system components for sale

1 x Technics CD player with MASH ( the equivalent of 1-BIT or BitStream as used by other companies ) - the highest end CD PLAYER Digital Audio Chips made were all 1 bit ( older CD players of poorer quality used 16BIT and 4 x over samplling ) This one has a genuine DIGITAL OPTICAL Output and the regular red/white RCA Phono connectors too

1 x FISHER graphic Equalizer - all the sliders slide smoothly and function as they should and "rarely" as you can see all the lights illuminate in RED as they should ( vintage stereo component I believe this one is called )

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