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FT: ath-M50 in exchange for selling (and listening to :-) multiple headphones for me (local Bay Area HF'er)

Will Ship To: Nowhere -- local only

I've got about 7-10 headphones I want to sell but I'm currently unable to pack and ship stuff due to a health issue.  I'm wondering if a local head-fier would be interested in selling them for me in exchange for a like new in box pair of athM50 with only a few hours on them, and also getting to listen to the gear in your home for a week or two.  I'll pay for postage costs, but you'll take pictures, do the shipping, etc.  I'd like to work this out so you can sell a few things for me in the future as well (and get to borrow them and listen to them first).  Would prefer a trusted Head-fier.  Not going to do this with someone who has 1 post for obvious reasons...

 

Here's the list of phones and a portable amp I want to sell. 

 

TTVJ portable millet tube hybrid amp

NOS AKG K340

minty fresh AKG K270 Playback (very rare)

Fostex T10

a couple Yamaha YHD1

Yamaha YH1 and HP1

and a couple things that need to be shipped for repairs

 

any takers?

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nice offer!

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Yeah I was thinking that maybe getting to listen to the gear would be enough, but oh well...

 

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Edited by rhythmdevils - 1/25/12 at 10:08pm
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