How Much Pawn Shops Pay for Car Stereos

February 11, 2020 - Electronics

Wondering how much pawn shops pay for car stereos?

At PawnGuru, we help you get fair offers for your used car stereo, speakers, subwoofers, amplifiers and more.

How does this work? We will tell you later in this post. But first, we’re going to give you a breakdown of how much pawn shops pay for car stereos.

How Much Pawn Shops Pay for Car Stereos on Average

The Most and Least Money you can get for Pawning Car Stereo Equipment

Below you will find the minimum, maximum, and average offers given to folks who pawned or sold their car stereo equipment at a pawn shop within the past year or so.

  • Minimum Offer: $5
  • Maximum Offer: $125
  • Average Offer: $35

Car Stereo Pawn Value By Brand

To find car stereo pawn prices by brand, check out the chart below based on PawnGuru’s recent data. This will give you minimum, maximum and average car stereo pawn prices for the most popular car audio brands.

Don’t see the brand you’re looking for? Sign up for PawnGuru and get the pawn price (or selling price) for your specific car stereo system today!

Car Stereo BrandMin. Pawn ValueMax. Pawn ValueAvg. Pawn Value

On the other hand, for the brands that indicate a value that is the same for minimum and maximum offer, this means there was only one offer request made for that specific brand on PawnGuru. For example, for the Clarion row, this includes data for one $25 offer for a customer’s Clarion VX401, all-in-one unit.Please keep in mind that the car stereo pawn value data may include various models for a given brand.

Pawn Shops That Take Car Stereos Near Me

To find out exactly how much pawn shops pay for car stereos in your area—and for your specific one—list your car stereo on PawnGuru and get fast offers online from pawn shops in your local area. This will save you time and get you the best offer possible on your car stereo!

Here’s how to get started with PawnGuru:

  1. Create a free listing on PawnGuru
  2. Watch offers roll in from interested pawn shops in your area
  3. Choose an offer you’re satisfied with
  4. Bring your car stereo into the highest-bidding pawn shop
  5. Finalize the offer
  6. Walk out with cash in hand!

Now that you know how much pawn shops pay for car stereos, feel free to explore more of our resources below to help you pawn and sell more items effectively.

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David Stiebel
David Stiebel

David Stiebel is one of the cofounders of PawnGuru. David was educated at MIT, where he studied Math. He subsequently worked at Bain as a data scientist before starting PawnGuru in 2015. He started PawnGuru to build a better tool for pawn shops and consumers to connect.

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