Keep or sale


Going back to my previous question which was deemed unapproved.Of the three components would be wisest to keep.Vintage NAD 3020,MARANTZ 2220B or JVC XL-Z1050.Had one vote each for the JVC and MARANTZ.
john421
I'd keep the JVC as a transport if you ever get a separate dac. Or use as is. The Marantz is ok, but the B series isn't special. I know nothing about the NAD.
See the Marantz B and none selling for lots of money,why?Just sold a Sony 55es amp for $150 and they were on Ebay for $300 and more.People want crazy prices for stuff now.
Of the three components would be wisest to keep.Vintage NAD 3020,MARANTZ 2220B or JVC XL-Z1050.Had one vote each for the JVC and MARANTZ.
Keep what you need and sell what you don’t. Why does it have to be a vote?

If you need a CD player, then keep the JVC. If you don’t need it, then sell it.

If you use either the NAD or the Marantz as your primary amplification, keep the one that sounds best to you. They are both 20 wpc and a coin toss. If you use neither in your current system, then sell them all.


Like how they all sound,just using the site for what I thought it was for,suggestions! 
I have three receivers,three turntables,three sets of speakers and four cd players.I like all the equipment for there different sound qualities.Just trying to find opinions for future reference. 
Like how they all sound,just using the site for what I thought it was for,suggestions!
But suggestions for what?  You don't tell us why you want to know which of your components you should keep.  The usual answer would be the components that sound best to you and synergize well with the rest of your system.  That means understanding specs, room acoustics, and using your ears in critical listening sessions.  Not asking for votes.
I have three receivers,three turntables,three sets of speakers and four cd players.I like all the equipment for there different sound qualities.Just trying to find opinions for future reference.
That's a lot of stuff.  If you truly are trying to find out which components you should keep and sell, then start reading their specs, experimenting with combinations that sound best to you and getting rid of everything else.    That will require effort on your part besides asking for suggestions.

But if you are some sort of vintage collector, then this is really the wrong site as most here are serious about sound.  There are other sites that will talk all day about vintage gear.  Hope some of the above helps to get you more in focus. 


Man I should have asked the question directly to you paraneer,your a genius! 
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Should have expected a answer like that from you ebm!My 7yr grandson would have given that answer.!
John, I must agree with paraneer in that the provision of best advice is dependent on your intent.

So what is that you would like to accomplish?

Given no further info, I would keep the NAD3020, 1 TT, the speaker set that best pairs with the NAD, possibly a second pair, and 2 favorite CD players as they tend to break down. Sell the remaining stuff and use those funds for music purchases (or upgrade cartridge). Advice given under the 'this is what I would do' philosophy.   
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My 7 yr old son has the same system its great for kids DUDE!!!!!
Well unfortunately my parents didn't buy mine like yours did for you ebm.
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