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Item: Silvertone Passive Pre Amp
Location: Goulburn NSW 2580
Price: $50
Item Condition: Excellent
Reason for selling: Surplus To Requirements
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only
Extra Info: Postage Extra. Unit is light so postage will be minimal although case is of steel construction. L=210mm D=180mm H=60mm Three inputs, stepped volume control.






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Thanks! I have messaged the seller last night. So hopefully he will respond soon! :)

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Are you still selling this?

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Sorry for delay in reply - work calls, I was inundated with requests and sold to the first mail I received.

Pre is S O L D

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