80.00 $ Kenwood KA-2002 Vintage Stereo Amplifier Saint Paul

Published date: June 30, 2019
Modified date: March 14, 2020
  • Location: Como Park, Saint Paul, Minnesota

I'm selling a Kenwood KA-2002 stereo amplifier.

This model is essentially a vintage stereo receiver, but without the tuner.

The pots are all cleaned and it sounds wonderful. It's also in great physical condition.

This is a rare, great-sounding little unit that would work well with a computer or a phono setup!

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