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Jvc Ks-ea400 S.e.a. Graphic Equalizer / Amplifier 25wx4 Vintage Old School Mint on

US $179.00

Sidney, British Columbia, Canada

Sidney, British Columbia, Canada
Removed from a mid 1990's Million dollar Yacht, and the original owner said it was used maybe 4 times since new as it was in a private sitting room that was not used!
Brand:JVC Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:KS-EA400 Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan

You are looking at a Rare Higher End Old School JVC KS-EA400S.E.A. Graphic Equalizer / Amplifier 25w x 4..! This Eq / Amp unit was removed from a mid 1990's Million dollar Yacht and the original owner said that it was used maybe 10 times since new as it was in a private sitting room that was rarely used. It literally looks like it was just bought, and it was tested before being removed and it was in perfect working order as it was hooked up to an also like new JVC Cassette Car Receiver that I have listed in another auction. It does not have the original box, but it does still have all the mint condition paper work, original manual and the limited warranty card that has a date on the bottom of (0491). This will be fully insured and tracked, and also packed very well for shipping. PS: If you live overseas like in Europe please email me first for a shipping rate as it is a fair bit more. Thanks for looking

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