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FS in Bryan/College Station area - Panasonic Books Shelf Stereo - 5 disc changer, FM/AM, cassette and remote control

Yes, this is old tech. Remember these?

I had it stored under my tv in an entertainment unit for years. But, the entertainment unit had glass doors, so it never got dusty. I really only ever used it to play 5 CDs worth of Christmas music every Christmas day. So, it's really like new!

I have several friends/neighbors who have something like this in their garage. They play music/radio all day while they are outside doing stuff. This would be perfect for that! Or, you can keep it indoors.

Comes with 5 disc changer, equalizer, casette player and FM/AM. Also has FM and AM antennae that attach to the back. The speakers are separate, so you don't have to keep the entire unit as pictured. You could move the speakers away from the main unit.

Honestly, this think is pretty much "like new." Welcome to the time machine :)

$50 local sale. Or, make me a deal!

Please email me at: goldfishpanda@Hotmail.com

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Very nice but if it was a 3 speed stereo record player I would take it .
I have a large record collection of mine and from my mother from the 30's and 40's.
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Just sold!!!!  :rocknroll2:

Everything I own is digitized. I don't even have any CDs any more. So, as it was sitting in a drawer the last 3 years - I figured I may as well sell it while someone still could use it. In another 10 years, NO ONE might want it... Technology ages...