Where to buy classic audio equipment

Hello everyone!
I have just built a house and am in the process of furnishing the house, right now in the living room I want to buy myself a pair of speakers and amplifiers to serve my hobby of listening to music. But I don't know much about audio equipment, so I asked everyone in the forum to advise me and also give me some suggestions as well as where to buy vintage audio electronics so I can buy them products I like best, I would like to thank everyone very much.

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  • audioluvr
    audioluvr Posts: 3,231
    Craigslist
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  • PSOVLSK
    PSOVLSK Posts: 4,446
    There’s a resale place near me that sells some vintage stuff, but it’s very hit and miss with very limited selection. Goodwill-type stores can be a gold mine if you’re lucky. I’ve never been lucky though.
    Things work out best for those who make the best of the way things work out.-John Wooden
  • dromunds
    dromunds Posts: 9,239
    Stick around, get your learn on, get 100 posts, and get to know people here. After 100 posts the For Sale section is available to you. Patience is your ally.
  • msg
    msg Posts: 6,395
    Also keep an eye out on OfferUp. Seems a lot of people have switched to this from Craigslist.
    I disabled signatures.
  • Efficient music listening is completely convenient on high quality phones.
  • Tony M
    Tony M Posts: 9,633
    Efficient listening?

    What's that? :#

    You have to know my situation to understand. ;)
    Most people just listen to music and watch movies. I EXPERIENCE them.
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