This 1981-1983 Mitsubishi vintage color television is marked as model CS-1971, featuring a large 19-inch picture tube and remote control that fits in a special holding slot in the front panel when not in use. The 19-inch "Diamond Vision" screen uses the same technology that "brought gigantic TV screens to sports stadiums", and has a faint blue-ish gray color when not in use.… Read the rest
This Japanese-made Bradford vintage television set was manufactured in 1972. Marked as model 1004H42, it has super-cool space age styling with a slimline encasement and a minimalist design.
A flat screen protector covers the 18-inch black & white tube, channel knobs are hidden behind the front panel, and ultra-modern slider controls are located on top for power, volume, bright and contrast.… Read the rest
This Sanyo vintage walkman is the M-G100 "Sportster", a portable personal cassette player that originally retailed for $119 back in 1983. Its a top-of-the-line unit with metal shell, soft touch controls, and high-tech auto reverse function so you can rock out without stopping to flip the tape over.… Read the rest
A collection of vintage TV stands from the 1950's, 1960's, and 1970's, ranging from classic Mid-century modern TV stands to the wood-grained '70s. Vintage TV stands for sale!
This Gusdorf TV stand model 7240 was sold in stores in 1977 and 1978, originally retailing for $34.95.… Read the rest
The iconic Konica Pop camera is a favorite among 35mm film lomography enthusiasts. This Japanese-made point and shoot was manufactured between 1982 and 1985. It came in a wide variety of totally rad '80s colors, including this popular red model.
The Konica Pop is a totally manual camera with a fixed lens, manual film advance and winder.… Read the rest
The Dual 1219 turntable, manufactured between 1970 and 1972, was a high-end unit with an original retail price of $189.
This Dual 1219 turntable is mounted in the original German CK-20 plinth with a very cool flip-down accessory drawer. Models available for retail sale in the United States were typically housed in a walnut base with the United Audio logo badge.… Read the rest
First introduced in late-1971, this Panasonic RE-7750 receiver is from their "Series 44" line of 4-channel / quadraphonic / quadrasonic receivers and players.
The exciting new world of quadraphonic stereo surround sound was just taking off when Panasonic introduced a line of 4-channel products, including three different receivers (two with 8-track players built-in) and a quadraphonic turntable.… Read the rest
The Akai AM-2200 was manufactured between 1976 and 1979. Its an integrated amplifier rated at 20 watts-per-channel and has quintessential 1970's style with all-aluminum face, knobs and buttons. The Akai AM-2200 is a slightly obscure model, originally designed to compliment the Akai AT-2200 AM/FM tuner, but is still well-respected by its past and current owners.… Read the rest
The Lasonic TRC-931 boombox is truly the undisputed heavyweight champion of boomboxes. With two 8-inch woofers and an abundance of bells and whistles, its sheer size dwarfs the Magnavox and Emerson boomboxes I had when I was a kid. A friend in middle school brought his Lasonic TRC-931 on a field trip, which I believe was the very first time I experienced the emotion of jealousy.… Read the rest