Not worth much to anyone but a specialized collector - if there is such a person and you can find him. Why not just give them to your son and forget about it?
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Here is a forum thread about a guy who got a pair of University Ultra 1's on eBay for $9.99.
You can also check eBay from time to time to see what that model of Pioneer
generally goes for. It looks like it's $100/pair tops, and mostly I'm only seeing
that figure as the asking price.
Your speakers are 47 years old and haven't seen active duty for 2/3 of their life.
And you want to get money out of your *son* for him to take them off your
What are these speakers worth? They're worth giving to your son to affirm a
No doubt people think differently. A couple of years ago, I had a nice quad of RCA 6L6GC black plate tubes, and putting them up for auction, there would have been plenty of bidders jumping at the chance to buy them, probably bringing serious money. Well, my younger son plays guitar with an amp using 6L6GC tubes, so I gave them to him. My thinking is that as I get older, someday I may need some type of help from him (not monetary) that will far exceed the value of those tubes.