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
The original 1976 Ronco Record Vacuum! Manufactured for Ronco Teleproducts by Southbury Manufacturing of South Britain, Connecticut, the Ronco Record Vacuum is an ingenious battery-operated device that seems like such a ridiculous novelty that you'd think it couldn't possibly work, and...well, the jury's still out. … Read the rest
Admiral Playmate Vintage Television Model P1110E
This 1963 Admiral Playmate P1110E portable vintage television has an 11-inch black & white screen and an ultra-slim profile. As a matter of fact, it was the smallest 11-inch TV manufactured at the time. The Admiral Playmate P1110E has an innovative design, with the picture tube poking out of the front of the cabinet in a bubble-like fashion.… Read the rest