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WTB: B&W 686 / 685 / 684 Pair Light Oak Only

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Item: B&W 686 or 685 Pair or even 684 (Light Oak)
Price Range: 275+
Item Condition: Good Used Condition
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Looking to complete a potential 5.1 system with a pair of 686’s or 685’s or even 684’s

Must be Light Oak Veneer. 


Brisbane based but will happily pay for postage for the right pair



Edited by thecoffeegent

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