AKAI X-330 Reel to record playback tested, works great!

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  • Item Category: Entertainment
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 13,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction

TITLE: Akai X-330 Reel to Reel record and playback unit, with 10" adapter + owner's manual complete, tested!



Akai (Japan)


Professional audio gear



Additional Notes: This thing is great, fully functional, tested in my office. Cosmetically, the case could use a polish and the clasps that hold the case door are loosening, otherwise a brilliant unit. SHIPPING & PAYMENT INFORMATION: This will ship UPS Ground to all contiguous states for $40, additional surcharges of $35 for Hawaii and Alaska.

All forms of payment accepted (please ask) such as checks, Paypal preferred .
Paypal address:
Mail in your payment made out to Wild Rufus Records :
Wild Rufus Online
P. O. Box 240
Lincolnville Beach, Me. 04849
Irresponsible postal delivery does happen sometimes. US customers can buy insurance for $2 extra per item! No insurance for other countries- sorry!
"1 cent" CD's/LP's may have hole-punches, UPC cut-outs, spine-burns or corner clips.

U.S.A. MAIL SHIPPING RATES Number of Items Media Mail (7-10 days) Priority (2-5 days) First item $4.00 for LP or laserdisc
$2.50 for all other media items
$7.00 for each item: includes all media, shirts, accessories 2 - 25 $2.50 or $4.00 for 1st
$1.25 for each extra $7.00 for 1st
$1.75 for each extra 26 +

$2.50 or $4.00 for 1st
$1.25 each for 2nd - 25th
$0.75 for each extra

$7.00 for 1st
$1.75 each for 2nd - 25th
$0.75 for each extra GLOBAL AIR MAIL SHIPPING RATES Number of items Canada & Mexico Rest of World First item $4.00 for each item except below
$7.00 for LP, shirt or laser disc
$6 for for each item except below
$14 for LP, shirt or laser disc 2 - 25 $4.00 or $7.00 for 1st
$1.50 for each extra $6.00 or $14.00 for 1st
$3.50 for each extra 26 +

$4.00 or $7.00 for 1st
$1.50 each for 2nd - 25th
$.50 for each extra

$6.00 or $14.00 for 1st
$3.50 each for 2nd - 25th
$0.50 for each extra GRADING SCALE MINT (M) The item is sealed or factory-unsealed, but un-played. Jacket/liners are perfect, no blemishes whatsoever. NEAR MINT (NM) The item may have been played once. Jacket/liners show the smallest amount of wear, nothing ugly. VERY GOOD (VG) The i tem has been played, but sparingly or very well taken care of, tiny surface scratches or a fingerprint will be present. Jacket may have very minor corner rubs/ring-wear, but is basically brilliant. GOOD (G) The item was played a lot, many surface scratches are present, plays with hiss and/or pops. No skips! Jacket is showing wear with more ring-wear or dings present, possible seam splitting. POOR (P) Item most likely was used as a Frisbee or coaster. Has skips, surface is hideous. Jacket is falling apart- caution! BAD (B) The item appears to have been used for Skeet-shooting and should only be considered for a display/target. Grading will often be fine tuned using a +/- on the end. Vinyl is listed first, then jacket. (i.e. VG / G)

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