OK, as "Mr. Cheap Vintage" here, I don't know if I could list everything I've found so far for cheap, but here are but a few...
JENSEN LS-4B speakers (in original boxes) $10.00 from co-worker's garage sale
ADVENT Baby Advent II speakers $8.99 from local SA thrift shop
JBL J216a speakers $30.00 from Craigslist
DUAL 1226 turntable $45.00 from local antique shop
PHILIPS GA 427 turntable $40.00 from same antique shop
YAMAHA CR-620 receiver $45.00 from same antique shop
PIONEER SX-450 receiver $25.00 from Craigslist, local seller
Two HARMAN KARDON T-25 turntables from Craigslist, local seller $45.00 for both!
TECHNICS SA-101 receiver $10.00 from local thrift shop, Value Village, which does not exist anymore...
TECHNICS SA-211 receiver $20.00? from local estate sale, no-name speakers thrown in
DUAL 1009SK turntable from Craigslist, local seller $45.00
GARRARD 74m turntable from Craigslist, local seller $40.00, wanted for the Shure cartridge
PIONEER PL-12D II turntable $50.00
SANSUI SR-212 turntable $25.00 (Two very cheap buys that just happened to come my way)
RCA VICTOR 9-JY 45 rpm turntable $20.00 from local antique mall
FISHER-PRICE children's turntable $7.99 from local SA thrift store
BOSTON ACOUSTICS A-40 speakers $40.00 off Craigslist, local seller
The two I paid full-price for were the Sony PSLX-250H turntable and CROSLEY Cruiser turntable, both about $100 each, brand new in box...Both are unused at the moment!
I also bought a second PSLX-250H for $4.00, down from $8.00 on a half-price day at my local SA thrift store, the same place I got that 10 for $1.00 deal on albums a while back!
It's a lot to remember off the top of my head...
If I remember correctly, I also bought my PANASONIC SE-1217 tabletop console, my GE Slimline? turntable, my GE orange-and-white portable children's turntable, and blue Realistic Clarinette turntable for $50.00 or less each from various garage sales, secondhand stores, etc.
My Panasonic SG-X7 turntable stereo, my YORX Newave (sadly trashed now) and GE Wildcat turntable were given to me as gifts back in the day...And the Wildcat was a trash pick-up! I didn't know better back then, but HEY, they were FREE!
My first cassette player, also an Emerson, was a gift...
I also have two Sony dual cassette decks, a Sony receiver, and a Sony CD changer, each one from the thrift shop, except for one tape deck from a library auction, and all were $20.00 or less each...
I have 2 sets of KOSS headphones Pro 4AA's, a set of Pioneer SE-50's, a set of KOSS K6-LC's, a set of REALISTIC Nova-65's, and some old SONYs...Each set was less than $50.00 apiece...
I'm sure I could think of a few more items for the "discount" list here (There's just SO MUCH cool stuff!), and I haven't listed all of my equipment, as there are some items I paid more for, but they were worth it...
I also paid a little less than $50.00 for my RCA VICTOR 9-x-561 radio, and I got that beautiful GRUNDIG Majestic 97 tabletop radio from my man, Chris' estate sale for $40.00...
And now, I have a new DUAL 1019 turntable...I won't go into exact details out of respect for Austen, but it was under $100.00 again...If I lived closer to Seattle, I could've saved on shipping, but oh, well...She's worth it to me!
And as far as know, I will probably keep finding the cheap, because I know where to look...I'll keep haggling, too, when I see something worth the price, 'cause you gotta know the jargon, if you wanna get a bargain!