Do you mean time of year or something else by "period"?`
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There is no good or bad time to sell audio equipment. Your ability to sell depends on the demand of the actual unit and your selling price. Usually, the re-sale value for well known manufacturers are better than for less established ones. If you price too high (i.e. 60%), your ad will get limited responses. Good luck. cheers....
I think that some of the above notes have points, but one should not confuse a slow economy (this year) with trends. When people are nervous about spending extravigant audio gear is generally one of the first expenses to be cut from a budget. Late fall is usually the best time for dealers, because people start spending more and more time indoors and a/v upgrades will be used more often than other times of the year.