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Massive Audio N4 2K RMS Monoblock

 

 

 

 

Item(s) Description/Condition: Minty Fresh. Bought from GBob2003. No scratches, scuffs, or marks of any kind. Will ship with original box with foam inserts and UNWRAPPED manual. Does have 4 Gauge inputs. Really frickin tiny.

 

 

 

 

Price:

$300 SHIPPED

I do not have paypal

Local Pickup will be a bit less if possible.

ONLY TRADES I'M LOOKING FOR:

SAZ-2500 or SAZ3K Plus Cash On My End For Either

 

 

 

 

Shipping and Miscellaneous Item Information:

Shipping USPS WITH insurance from 41042.

 

 

 

 

Item Pictures:

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FeedBack: FeedBack:Bought from 22mountaineer, Gbob2003, and Slim2FattyCake

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Just an :fyi: if you can fit it in a flat rate it will ship anywhere in the U.S. for the same price, whether it be the town over or to hawaii

I'm not sure if I'd be able to properly pack it in it's original box inside a flat rate. I've never used one but the box is a little larger than the amp to accommodate the foam inserts to hold the amp securely. I will look into it if necessary. Thanks though.

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interested in this amp as im looking to pair up a new sub w a 2k rms amp. is this still available? pm me a price shipped to 14606 if i can find a buyer for my 2 channel i'll take this in a heartbeat

 

$225 Shipped Conus. If you come up with the cash, shoot me a pm.

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