What to do with inherited vintage Revox gear.


Okay here' s my story, I was given three pieces of Revox equipment (A700,A720, and an A722) they seem to be  in very nice condition. My question,  keep or sell ?
khillsy
" What to do with inherited vintage Revox gear."
Pack it up and send it to me ...  ;-)
Well...

I figure most people would donate them to a dairy, a chicken farm and/or a used RV dealership.

So,...

that's what I would probably do with them as well.

DeKay
Hey DeKay if you have nothing constructive to say......

The A700 is a really fine recorder, but at their age often require servicing, which ain't cheap; if required, Revox parts are pretty expensive. Would you do much recording if you had an A700? If yes, it may be worth it to you. I had an A77 restored, and love and use it.
I have used Sony reel to reel in my youth but that was many moons ago. I live in the land of ice and snow (Alberta Canada) and finding a qualified service person will be difficult to say the least. I hate to part with them but......
"I hate to part with them but......"

Then pay for a real sales ad.

Is that "constructive" enough for you?
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Oh someone didn't get enough hugs when he was little. 
Put up an ad and sell them if you don't have access to a qualified tech.
Might want to go on tapeheads.net and see if anyone there can help you out.

Also, I am not in anyway affiliated  with this outfit nor have I used them, but according to its website they are in Surrey BC and appear to do repair work including reel to reel so might want to discuss with them 

https://www.iavscanada.com/about-us/

hope these help
Jperry:

Seems the OP is luring for an "offsite sale" and I supect a scam.

DeKay

@dekay ,

Maybe. He posted the same in September 2016 and apparently learned very little at the audiokarma board
Sorry didn't mean to offend. Equipment donated and gone.