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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, May 18, 2015.
I can't remember if that multi-colored jacket is from 1993 or 1994?
92 Stadium Games Cookie PWING Dope Ass PoLO Windbreaker
I have been too busy to hit the thrifting very hard lately. However, i left the office early today and was rewarded with this 1978 Kenwood KA-6100 integrated amplifier. The lights worked but i couldnt hook it up in the store. So I drove home, cleaned it up, and sprayed deoxIT on the pots. Holy cow what a great, warm, full sound and awesome aesthetic. Major audio upgrade. Thanks for the advice @Nataku.
I'm not sure, I thought 93, but I can't remember.
Gonna camp tomorrow, she said more stuff from that guy is coming out in the morning. We shall see
No time to make a full post right now, but a pretty cool stop last Friday. Nothing mind-blowing but some people here will definitely appreciate it.
also, huge thanks to @Nataku . He's hooking me up big time with a ton of dress shirts. FINALLY found some nice ones that fit, and they happen to be from my doppleganger with expensive taste that lives in LA. Fit pics eventually.
Edit: also, how do we edit our signatures now? can't seem to find it.
go to your profile and scroll down to the bottom to edit your sig
to go to your profile you can just hover over your handle on this page to "View Profile"
Vintage Kenwoods are solid systems. I'm rockin a KT-5300 Tuner and KA-3500 amp. They work and sound great! I actually have 2 of the KT-5300 Tuners. Been hoping to find another amp to pair it with, but I already have too much electronics lol. Let me know if you need a nice Kenwood tuner to match that amp, I'd be happy to set you up with this spare!
So a quick story to explain my first forum fit pic....
About 2 years ago my middle son had to go through 3 brain surgeries to remove brain tumors over the course of 3 months. In doing so he ended up being nominated for a make a wish trip. It was wonderful and they were amazing. He's doing well now. That being said they held a fundraiser tonight at arrowhead stadium with many of the KC Chiefs and other not poor people for make a wish fundraiser in which he was one of their sponsored kids for the event. Fun event met some great people but here's a fit pic with Chiefs qb alex smith.
Suit: burberry London its windowpane but can't tell from here
Shirt: rlpl royals blue white pinstriped
Shoes:not pictured walnut colored ae
Pocket square: hand made by wife
Family: kind enough to let me be apart of their group
Admittedly, I am extremely weak in the area of electronics thrifting. I am sure that there is a ton of junk out there. However, I probably pass up a lot of great stuff as well. Is there any type of basic buyer's guide or is it just product knowledge picked up through the years?
I would say there are a couple rules of thumb with electronics thrifting. I pay close attention to these:
- Vintage Pioneer, or the newer / fancier Pioneer Elite.
- Vintage metal-front Amps and Tuners.
- Made in Japan stuff.
- Really heavy things.
- Klipsch Speakers, especially the R-series.
- Really heavy, well made, solid speakers (that's how I found my Thiel CS1.2's)
- Turntables from Pioneer / Technics... tons of other brands, but im a turntable noob.
- Turntables with heavy metal construction.
When in doubt... Do a quick eBay search and etc. And ALWAYS make sure to test things in the store... or be able to return it. Some things are worth a gamble if cheap enough, and some things are worth it just for parts or to fix up (like that Technics SL-1700 table I just picked up).
I know that I passed up a Klipsch surround sound set-up on Friday. They wanted $200 for the whole thing, towers, center channel, etc. I just wasn't feeling brave. If I owned a television, I would probably be more inclined to buy something like that.
Also, anything with rack handles is probably something decent. Also, in most cases, the more knobs, dials and switches, the better.
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