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Old 09-07-2019, 09:46   #1
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Old but good speakers - keep or give to charity?

As part of our retirement and downsizing, we are selling (mainly quality furniture) or giving to charity (other items in good condition) several of our possessions, while keeping a few that are going to be useful. One unit that I am not able to make-up my mind is a 20-year old set of Definitive Technology 5.1 Speaker System consisting of a subwoofer, central and 5 satellite speakers. The sound quality is as superb as ever and unless I am going to get a major improvement with one of the modern units in the penthouse flat that we are moving to, I am considering keeping the DefTec set. If I am advised to get a modern one however, I'll give that to RSPCA or BHF, our usual charities.

Please advice on what I should do. Thanks.
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