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  1. Glenda T. Goode August 25, 2019 / 7:49 am

    The one thing that I have kept from my 20’s is my humongous stereo.

    The massive parts are the speakers and actual stereo itself. 65 pounds. Class A amplifier. 125 watts a channel at .01% distortion. I worked for Radio Shack in the early 80’s and scoffed up this stuff when it was on sale or repairs not picked up.

    I use my computer to play the music. My cassette deck died and my turntable has not fared well over the years.

    4 Huge speakers. Crank it up and it is like being in the middle of the band. I would imagine my Amish neighbors have interesting ideas of what I listen to as I am sure they hear it when I crank it up!!! I enjoy classic rock and classical music….pretty much everything. Pandora is a blast!!!

    I started collecting albums in 1970 and I had a bunch of first run classic albums…..Beatles….Led Zepplin….Steppenwolf….Cream…..The WHO……Chicago Transit Authority……about 150 in total. CDs came along and these albums got put away. Moved a few times and said to myself, what am I going to do with these relics…..did not keep them. I regret that today very much…….

    The present day state of the art systems with subwoofers and satellite systems sound good but not anywhere near as ‘real’ as mine does.

    Then again, I oftentimes consider myself an Analog anachronism in a digital age!!!!

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