Kenwood KT-990D

I'm very (very) new to the hifi world and I've collected a few vintage and older items in the past few months. One of which is a Mint Kenwood KT-990D. Is this worth keeping or selling? What's the going price for this unit?

I really have no real need for a tuner, since I have on built in to our current head unit. How would I benefit from this model if I decide not to sale it?

Thanks guy, and I look forward to learning from this experienced, and knowledgeable community.
Old tuners are beautiful, but why bother with the fidelity of a crappy transmission and crappy signal when nearly all radio stations are on the internet?

Tuners are the new 8-Track.
Good Point Paul. My wife and I stream just about everything. We have a Roku in every room, even the kitchen. So Pandora is always available.

Thanks, I guess the KT-990D will be going up for sale.
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All the best,
I'm not really convinced of "the crappy transmission" (Very) good fm tuners like Tandberg 3011A, Kenwood L-02T, Kenwood kt 990d ... have a more natural lifelike sound than most internet radio stations ever can broadcast. If transmission is compressed (under 320 kbps)you can immediately hear the quality loss on a (very) good system - on classical music you can hear the difference IMMEDIATELY.
In my humble opinion internet radio is very good for news listening and pop music, but TERRIBLE for classical music. I ONLY listen to satellite radio channels through a high grade HD sat receiver IF they broadcast on 320 kbps.
Otherwise I prefer an analogue tuner for listening classical music. People who don't have a very good hi-end homesystem really can't judge over the quality of analogue FM broadcasts. Antenna reception with a Yagi antenna or Magnum dynalab antenna is also much better than through cable. Maybe the promotors of internet radio suffer from partial deafness (?) The CD standard is 1411,2 kbps ! Also a good CD player (for eg marantz 94 mark II) sounds a lot better and dynamical than a standard crappy cd player
I don’t think ota radio is dead yet. I find myself listening to local stations ota because I can’t stand the low bit rate rate versions. Yeah, the perceived variety of computer based audio is compelling but the simplicity of just spinning a knob and choosing a station is such a nice break from click click click select click click click select...