First, there was radio, then there were movies, then came records. The 78's opened a world of music to the masses. And the 33rpm LP broadened it even more, as the prices for equipment and records went down over the years. Then there were stereo consoles in every living room, with a radio and turntable, and a few even had reel-to-reels players. The size and configuration of the console stereo were endless. After that came the home stereo receiver, and stand-alone speakers. And the home built stereo was born. Now there is an ever growing market for vintage stereos, turntables, and of course records from every generation, and genre. Along with the many new turntables ranging in price from a few hundred to many thousands of dollars. So tell us and show us your vintage stereo, and brag about the classic equipment and vinyl you've collected over the years.