Advice on how to sell high-spec vintage (1970's) hifi equipment
Hi, I am new to this forum, and a complete no-nothing when it comes to hifi equipment so please forgive me if I ask any newbie questions or come across as a numpty... well, that's because I am :-)
Since my father passed away last year I have inherited an entire room full of old but good quality hifi equipment and have no use (or space) for any of it. I do, however, know that a lot of it is high-spec stuff, as my Dad was an electronics engineer and always bought the best stuff on the market. So I am concerned about just knocking it all off for peanuts on ebay or gumtree as I know the stuff is worth more than that, especially considering most of it works really very well. Plus I don't want to let my Dad down by chucking it away. So I'd like to be able to sell it to hi-fi enthusiasts who actually know their stuff, and who would get the most out of it. Problem is, I have no idea where would be the best place to do this, from a base in the UK.
Most of it dates back to the 1970's and 1980's. There is a quad stereo, with tuner, amp and balance thing. There are two sets of B&W DM2 teak speakers. Two or three sets of reel to reel units. At least two hi-spec record players (can't remember what make but apparently at least one has a very good expensive stylus). Some JVC stuff. And some other stuff (at the moment all peices are carefully packed away from when we cleared the house which is why I can't be more specific).
I do know that at least the quad stereo, the record player and the B&W speakers are worth decent money. So where would be the best place to advertise these for sale?
Thanks, in advance, for any advice that anyone can give me