Planning To Sell Speakers For Cash? Here’s What You Can Do With Your Old Equipment

We all have old music systems, speakers, and other electronics just lying around the house, solving no purpose whatsoever.

This audio equipment only takes extra space at your homes, giving you some additional items to clean and take care of for no reason. Instead of offering this equipment some drawers or cupboards at your home, won’t it be better to just rid of them or maybe make better use of them?

Many people around the world are leveraging technological advancement that has taken place. They are using the Internet to make some extra money by selling their old iPhones, used speakers and music systems, doing their bit to save the environment.

You want to know how? Read on to know what you can do with the audio equipment that is just lying around your house.

  • Sell Speakers for cash

If you wish to earn some extra pocket money out of the used audio equipment, it is best to sell it. There are plenty of websites where you can sell speakers for cash. This is perhaps the best way to get rid of the audio equipment that you have no use of.

This is beneficial for both you and your buyer. You will get some extra bucks by literally doing nothing and the buyer will be able to get his/her hands on something that they have been wanting for a long time at a much lower cost.

You can also find plenty of websites where you don’t have to face the hassle of looking for buyers. The websites themselves will buy your audio equipment and repurpose it.

  • Donate the equipment to those in need

Apart from selling, you can also donate your audio equipment to those in need. It’s true that it won’t bring you any money but the audio equipment isn’t really solving any purpose in your life anyway.

You can consider sending the audio equipment, only if it is in good working condition, to maybe students or maybe a non-profit organization who can use it. It is a good deed to help those in need, after all.

  • Send it for recycling

e-Waste is perhaps the most toxic and dangerous waste to dispose of. Electronics are built with harmful chemicals and thus, should never be just dumped off in a bin.

If you possess electronic audio equipment that cannot get repaired or is a waste, it is best to just find a certified e-waste recycler and send the product there. These are non-profit organizations that have ways to safely and responsibly disposing of e-waste.

  • Give it back to the company

You can always take back the product to the company you bought it from. Or, to a local electronics store. These stores will have the best ideas to dispose of their own materials.

In return, you can get some sort of discount or credit for the products that you might buy in the future. How cool is that?

You can also ask the stores near you about various drop off points where you can simply drop these electronics off and they will recycle them as they wish to. You don’t have to worry about this being safe as these points have been established by the above-mentioned e-waste recyclers only.


If you wish to make some easy money, selling your old speakers and other equipment is perhaps the best way to do it. Otherwise, you can always just donate your old equipment or send it over to certified recyclers and save the environment from contaminated water or air.


Gizmogo Group Limited
Gizmogo’s mission has been simple – make it easy for you to sell your used gadgets at the highest price with the fastest payment possible. Our team members believe your once cherished device sitting in your drawer has more value in being re-purposed and given a new life. We take your device and give it to someone who will enjoy it the same way you once did. That’s why Gizmogo strives to create a seamless customer experience that enables people to see the full potential and value of their devices. Our goal is to extend the life-cycle of technology while reducing the impact on our environment and passing the value onto our customers!

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If your device is not listed, place your order as an Unknown Device. Please review our list of accepted electronics to ensure your device falls into one of the classifications. Following our fee-free shipping, we will evaluate your device and send you a quote. If you choose not to sell, your device will be returned to you free of charge!

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  • You chose the wrong device or device model when completing your order.

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Our grading standard is different from what people usually would think. Our professional technicians base their evaluation on the quality of factors such as the

  • Screen
  • Frame
  • Backside
  • USB Charging Port

It is common for people to believe their phone is ‘like new,’ only to have a slightly different definition of the term compared to the industry standards.

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