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SOLD: FS: Acoustic Panels (CMF R3-B)

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Item: 4 x CMF R3-B Acoustic Panels (600mm x 1200mm x 50mm)
Location: East Lindfield, Sydney, 2070
Price: $200 ONO
Item Condition: Good-to-fair
Reason for selling: NLR
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash COD Only
Extra Info:

Purchased from stereonet a few years ago and are in good-fair condition:


- One panel is discoloured in a few places around the sides from being to close to somekind of bleach-based spray

- One panel doesnt have the hanging string (which can be fixed easily enough)


Collection only due to their size.




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I used to own 4 of these; quality panels! Good luck with the sale bud.

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If I wasn’t stuck in a bloody hospital, I’d be coming to collect. 

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