John Seetoo saw this TEAC 4300 tape deck on a Brooklyn street corner, with a note that says, “COVID-19-free – needs a tune up.” One person’s trash is indeed another person’s treasure.

     

    An extra $3 a month for an uncommon stereo? Sold! From Audio, August 1966.

    An extra $3 a month for an uncommon stereo? Sold! From Audio, August 1966.

     

    OK, we give up: what is that thing? 1973 Heathkit catalog, including audio component kits, marine depth sounders and who knows what else.

    OK, what is that thing? 1973 Heathkit catalog, including audio component kits and who knows what else.

     

    You'd think we would have settled this by now. United Audio/Dual turntable ad, 1974.

    You’d think we would have settled this by now. United Audio/Dual turntable ad, 1974.

     

    There's no wind noise from Mars on this 1957 RCA "Living Stereo" record, but there are a number of spectacular early-stereo demonstration tracks. Dig that catalog number!

    There’s no wind noise from Mars on this 1957 RCA “Living Stereo” LP, but there are spectacular demonstration tracks. Dig that catalog number!

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