LAWRENCE, Kan. (KPR) - The Kansas Audio-Reader Network is holding its next Facebook Live Audio Sale Thursday (September 24) at 6 p.m. Assorted pieces of gently-used audio equipment (receivers, turntables, speakers, etc.) will be showcased and sold below market value during the event. Proceeds from the sale will benefit Audio-Reader, the radio, telephone and Internet reading service for the blind and vision-impaired, based at the University of Kansas. KPR News Director J. Schafer will emcee the event. He'll be joined by audio expert Dave Dunford, one of several volunteer audio technicians who check and repair every donated piece of equipment to make sure everything works as it should. Vinyl records, CDs, DVDs and even musical instruments are often part of Audio-Reader's Facebook Live events. Learn more at Audio-Reader's website.
View some of the items for sale at Thursday's event.
(Most of the audio equipment depicted in the main photo at the top was purchased at an Audio-Reader sale.)