You'll get more detailed responses than mine but I would start with a subscription to Audiogon Audio Bluebook to establish your price. Then, write your ad and wait for a buyer, or at least an offer. I wouldn't waste time on an auction. People lose interest waiting for the auction to end. Personally, I never even look at auctions. Why would I want to wait to find out if I'm the lucky "winner" of an auction? Is the used audio equipment business really a seller's market? Really? Anyway, I would offer a brief audition for interested parties, and also state that pickup is preferred due to the size of these pieces. If you offer to ship, be sure to charge something for your time. Lastly, let potential buyers know that sales are "as is" just due to the age of the items. Just my opinion. Best of luck!
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