Selling a broken mixer?
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    Default Selling a broken mixer?

    So this isn't supposed to be me selling a mixer, but more of figuring out what my options are. I have a Numark M3 that I've had since 2009 that has seen better days. At about 60% the master shorts out, and there is some popping off the low end EQ on channel 1.

    tl;dr - It works sort of, but I don't need it anymore (I have another mixer). Is it worth trying to sell for real cheap or just giving it up?

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    Definitely try to sell it man. I'm sure someone could use it for spare parts.

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    you can sell it, just be honest with the person you sell it to.

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    It's good for parts. If someone has the M3 theyy might buy it just for the faders...
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    Definitively list it with a honest description. Someone will pick it up and salvage spare components for sure. Might not make a lot out of it but still better than having it taking up room somewhere.

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