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For Sale or Trade: Toshiba RT-S932 multiband stereo boombox radio - $450 (Suffern)

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I give as full and accurate descriptions of my listings, as I like to see when I am a buyer. Please see all photos and videos, and descriptions below, and message if you still have any additional questions.

-European (UK) version of this model that was made in much smaller numbers than the Japanese version, which is still rare and desirable, especially in this condition.
-Cosmetic condition overall - Excellent++
-Looks to be rarely used as evidenced by the Original cardboard advertising banners. Guessing to be a store demo as remote is only part that looks used.
-Remote works. (some minor dings on it)
-Radio works perfectly on all bands.
-Engineered for superior sound quality and complex electronic/speaker/aesthetic design. (It really does sound better than any other boombox I've heard)
-All lights & meters work.
-Both antennas are complete and straight like new.
-Comes with the cord (for European current). Works excellent on batteries.
-Cassette deck has to be listed as NOT WORKING/FOR REPAIR. (Had been restored with new belts and more by a tech who no longer is repairing, and it was working fine but something happened after sitting around and not being used. Now the bay where the cassettes go in doesn't close properly and the cassette gets stuck in there. The only way I was able to get the cassette out when I tested it recently was to remove the chassis, but I don't know how to repair it and my tech is too old to repair these things now. So you can't put a cassette in. You'll have to repair it if you want to use the cassette. That's why the asking price is half of what it's worth, especially in Europe and Asia.)

As with all vintage electronics, it cannot be warrantied.

CHECK OUT THESE VIDEOS:
https://youtu.be/snZtIvPMmb0
https://youtu.be/qv6g_i8XSDU

Opening to trading for certain: vintage multi-band/shortwave radios, vintage guitar pedals, or the newest gen. digital handheld scanner.

Pick up. CASH only.

If ad is up, its available.

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