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Super Clean Alpine Equalizer 11 Band Model 3331 Subwoofer Control Old School on 2040-parts.com

US $170.00
Location:

West Babylon, New York, United States

West Babylon, New York, United States
Condition:Used

SUPER CLEAN Alpine Equalizer 11 band Model 3331 SUBWOOFER CONTROL OLD SCHOOL ,FACE IS PERFECT NO SCRATCHES OR WARE ON FRONT FACE,SLIDERS SLIDE FREE,LIGHTS ARE BRIGHT,ALL BUTTONS FUNCTION,NO WARE ON KNOB,ALL FRONT WHITE LETTERING IS PERFECT NO FADE OR WARE,REAR RCA INPUTS ARE CLEAN ,WIRING IS COMPLETE,SOME WARE ON OUTER METAL SHELL,I COLLECT OLD SCHOOL EQUALIZERS AND THIS WAS ONE I WANTED TO KEEP BECAUSE HOW CLEAN THE FRONT WAS BUT HOLIDAYS HERE AND TIME TO THIN THE COLLECTION    FREE SHIPPING 30 DAY RETURNS ON ALL MY ITEMS

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