Vintage Speakers

September 3, 2009 | 7 Comments

Simply put: vintage stereo speakers will provide you with some of the best sound out there today. There is really nothing quite as interesting or emotional as using an old vintage stereo speakers.

Even though vintage speakers are so different now and have so much more functionality, the vintage speakers listed below can still give you great sound.

It kind of makes you feel good sort of like you are at home again after a long time, if you can understand that.

Shop Vintage Speakers by Manufacturer

  • Advent Vintage Speakers

  • Akai Vintage Speakers

  • Alnico Vintage Speakers

  • Altec Lansing Vintage Speakers

  • Bic Vintage Speakers

  • Celestion Vintage Speakers

  • Cersin Vega Vintage Speakers

  • Electro Voice Vintage Speakers

  • Eminence Vintage Speakers

  • Ev Vintage Speakers

  • Fisher Vintage Speakers

  • Grundig Vintage Speakers
  • Horn Vintage Speakers

  • Infinity Vintage Speakers

  • Jbl Vintage Speakers

  • Jensen Vintage Speakers

  • Kenwood Vintage Speakers

  • Klh Vintage Speakers

  • Klipsch Vintage Speakers

  • Magnavox Vintage Speakers

  • Marantz Vintage Speakers

  • Mcintosh Vintage Speakers

  • Mirage Vintage Speakers

  • Onkyo Vintage Speakers
  • Oxford Vintage Speakers

  • Peavey Vintage Speakers

  • Pioneer Vintage Speakers

  • Polk Vintage Speakers

  • Realistic Vintage Speakers

  • Sansui Vintage Speakers

  • Snell Vintage Speakers

  • Tannoy Vintage Speakers

  • Technics Vintage Speakers

  • Wharfedale Vintage Speakers

  • Yamaha Vintage Speakers

  • Zenith Vintage Speakers
  • There is so many vintage speakers out there that it can be mind boggling to find the ones worth buying! But, don’t give up yet.


    Comments

    7 Comments so far

    1. PAK on December 3, 2011 12:54 pm

      I have a pair of Marantz vintage speakers. Model LSP 1412. I would like to sell em’ , but not really sure what they are worth. Any help?

    2. Cee on March 7, 2012 1:43 pm

      Yes, I have a vintage pair of Trans Audio 912 speakers, they are thigh high and very very heavy. What information do you have on this brand and price. I have been unable to locate any info on them online. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you Cee

    3. Cee on March 7, 2012 1:45 pm

      Hello

      I am looking for information on my pair of vintage Trans Audio 912 speakers. They are thigh high and very very heavy. I have not been able to locate any information on them online on my own. If you have any information on them and any price I sure would appreciate it. Thank you Cee

    4. Dick Stroup on April 6, 2012 7:00 pm

      Many years ago I chanced to hear (at GRAHAM ELECTRONICS) a speaker by the name Janzen Electrostatic. The realism to the highs far surpassed anything I had heard then or since. My aim has always been to get as far as possible away from the reproduced sound and as close as possible to the ACTUAL live sound. This speaker was IT. Why do we no longer hear about Electrostatic speakers? I wish I had bought one back then. Any clue?

    5. Irene on May 23, 2012 6:27 pm

      I have Psb 40r speakers, sherwood am fm receiver s-2640, sherwood s450 cassette player. Could you give me an idea what they would be worth. thank you

    6. joe on November 19, 2013 4:57 pm

      Hi I,m trying to fix up an old 70’s sony hp488 turntable I need speakers,stylus,arm holder,do you know where I could obtain these parts,

      kind regards
      joe

    7. Jr on March 25, 2014 10:09 pm

      Cerwin is spelled wrong. You have cersin

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