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In Reply to: RE: Which is why posted by E-Stat on March 10, 2017 at 12:20:17
I still have them.
"Despite that reality, you could get some decent money selling them."
i.e., just a small, backup insurance plan, don't you know?
The MR-67, though, is very respectable. No plans on selling that.
-- and I wouldn't mind picking up an MC-225 someday. Nicest sounding amp they ever made, as far as I am concerned.
all the best,
Edits: 03/10/17Follow Ups:
with that investment strategy for a dwindling market, i.e. old guys like us. :)
As for me, I've been enjoying what the market has done for my pre-tax investments over the past quarter. :)
I still have the McIntosh MA5100 integrated amplifier that I used in our master bedroom. Not that I'm complaining, but it serves its purpose well while listening to some late night jazz music on CBC FM station broadcast.
If a thing's worth doing, it's worth doing well
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