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Specialty Stores
Discuss Mom & Pop shops, antique stores, specialty "retro" vendors, and more in this forum
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Auction Sites
Online and brick & mortar. Posts related to finding vintage electronics through auction services can be found here.
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Thrift Stores
Posts and advice on finding vintage electronics from the "regular vendors", such as Goodwill, Salvation Army, or any other charity based thrift store.
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Arcade Games
Pinball (SS) Solid State
Digital displays, synthesized sounds, and high score lists are what made the computerized Solid State pinball machines so much fun to play.
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Pinball (EM) Electromechanical
If all that it does is "click and ding", then it must be an electromechanical pinball machine. Discuss them here.
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Games
LED Handheld
Merlin, Split Second, Mattel Sports, and more... If it's a handheld game with an LED main display, discuss it here!
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Televisions
Video Recording - VHS
Argued by 90% of consumers that they "don't need" the few extra scanlines that Betamax had to offer. This forum is for discussing the popular grainy video goodness of VHS.
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Televisions - Color
Thanks to the "colorburst signal", our B&W television viewing got cranked up a few notches. Even if the faces looked a little green and reds ended up being oversaturated. It was COLOR TV, dude!
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Televisions - B&W
We had to "see" it before we really got to SEE it, in COLOR. This forum represents all shades of gray TV goodness!
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Radios
Transistor Radios
5 transistors, 6 transistors, or whatever marketing gimmick worked... This forum is for the realm of portable transistor radios from America, Japan, etc.
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Vintage Tube Radios
Real wood cabinets, bakelite controls, and the soft warm tube glow shining through the vents. This forum is for the vintage tube radios from the early days of broadcasting.
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2 Comments to "Forums"

  1. Very nice website and form, and very helpful for vintage electronics collectors.

    • jeff says:

      Thank you very much. It’s a hobby of mine, but I like to share my findings, memories, and discoveries, no matter how obscure they may be.

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