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Hi guys, just getting an idea of interest. I have 2 Luxman turntables for sale. I have a rough idea of what they're selling for around the place.

I haven't tested em yet but they're in fantastic condition.

1. Luxman PD-555 balanced turntable.

2. Luxman PD-300 tuentable.

Any questions, don't hesitate.

Im South of Perth, Western Australia fyi.





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UPDATE: I will add a new post very soon with a list of all the AV gear Im looking to sell.

Amongst the collection is a complete Sony 77 power amp, pre-amp and tuner setup. Magnepan 1D Electrostat Speakers (2 x 3-way) 

And a bung of other stuff.

Also, Im testing the turntables this weekend to make sure the vacs worth etc. Stay tuned.

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How much are you asking for the luxman pd 300 and luxman pd 555?

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