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Dancehall's Golden Era Vol. Location: North America. In I was working a summer job high school and decided to purchase a stereo. The speakers were probably Sony also, although I do not recall which ones. It served me well for a few years and a number of moves. Sony HST 4 — Postimage. LucifigusFeb 25, Location: Chicago. When I was 12, I saved up and bought my own first stereo.
View attachment Started me on this endless journey in audio. LinnsondekLPApr 2, Matt Richardson likes this. Location: Orange County NY. Slimwhit33Apr 2, Location: san jose, CA. First stereo as opposed to monoaural I got was one I bought with my summer-job money around It was a tilt-down turntable, with removable, crappy speakers, branded by JC Penny. He kept the Teac real to real for himself. I had already ordered an Akai R-R from Japan and was awaiting it's delivery stateside when he gave me the aforementioned components.
The Dragon and Linn still are working after repairs on both fine. Without music, the equipment is quite useless. Let's not forget that! David A. Location: Yorkshire, UK. Nick BrookApr 2, I still remember my first stereo buying experience. I had fallen in love with a stereo at Montgomery Ward forgot the brandbut was denied credit to purchase it. I was probably 17, so sure. Completely upset by the experience, I went to a local electronics store with my dad as co-signer and bought a Technics setup: receiver, dual tape deck, and CD player.
And also massive 15" Fisher speakers. That stereo stayed with me for years and years, through four moves, until the one into my GF's house. She made me sell it all at a garage sale for a pittance. I am still bitter about it almost two decades later. AnachosticApr 2, The first thing I listened to was Kansas' Leftoverture.
When I opened the turntable to set it up the sleeve of the sweater I was wearing snagged the stylus of the AudioTechnica cartridge and snapped it off. Lesson Twice My Age - Various - Massive 4 Part 1 (Cassette). Slimwhit33 and Gramps Tom like this. Location: Northport, NY. InI bought my first stuff with money I saved from: cleaning a church 2x a week, shoveling snow, a paper route and selling my baseball cards.
I just searched the internet for pics of that gear. See below. Inthe guy to whom I sold my baseball cards resold them and bought a brand new Corvette with that money. He didn't tell me how he purchased the Vette until we were adults. I am a total failure at using photobucket. Last edited: Apr 2, Location: Pennsylvania. Charlie-2Apr 2, Location: Perth Western Australia. Kit speakers with a tweeter and dual cone driver from some cheap and nasty electronics store.
Location: New York. I was a kid when my dad's boss gave me his Fisher Studio standard ST speakers that he used at his job. He was moving to a different state and didn't want to take them with him. As for an amp it was a large integrated silver faced amp that I found on a curbside by my house.
I remember I had to go back home to get folding grocery cart. Sucker was too heavy to carry. I must have been around 10 years old. I still remember my dad coming to my room all the time to turn the music down. Detzl Twice My Age - Various - Massive 4 Part 1 (Cassette), Apr 2, Floyd Crazy and SandAndGlass like this. Location: Nowhere, Ok. Didn't know about styli wearing out back then. It was a childhood gift. I got every penny of my Dad's money out of this thing and then some.
Location: Bay Area. It was missing the top part of the enclosure. I rigged this up to an intercom speaker in my room and a tank-like floor standing speaker I found in our basement. Later I added a turntable I got for Christmas. CB63Apr 3, Location: East of Australia. It was around and it cost me half a years salary. I was young and in my first job and my priorities where a bit out of whack back then,however now I have matured and However we lived in the country with no neighbours so I could play it as loud I wanted.
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