Hitachi J5 vintage stereo audio amp receiver. This early audio component has a problem with the cassette deck, all belts need to be replaced. This stereo has some scuffs and some wear and tear. The sound quality is really good, and the receiver works very well. It has an aux input for your audio gadgets. No speakers are included, the cassette deck is damaged (needs new belts) and this system is offered as-is.
NOTICE: This Pre-Owned-Recycled vintage hitachi stereo receiver cassette recorder amplifier was described to the best of our knowledge and it is offered as-is. If the field -Items in Stock- shows zero, the product is no longer available.
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