Not one, but TWO Prosonic boomboxes. Somedy was a Prosonic fan. They made some pretty cool big boomboxes at one point, but these are from after the golden era of “ghetto blasters”. I guess they were going for the Panasonic look.
Some space-agey speakers:
Some noname speakers with “Quadra Linear Horn Sysytem”. I wonder if those horns are just for looks or if they are actual drivers.
Some Allegro speakers by Zenith:
I’m guessing these sound terrible.
A powered Aiwa Speaker:
Kind of intriguing. “Super Real Sound” “Dynamic Super Loudness”. Well, these are just… super.
A Finetone turntable / amplifier / radio:
Couldn’t find much about this brand. I like the tuning wheel, but I’ve never liked slider controls. They tend to suck.
The Realistic Clarinette 100:
Turntable, cassette recorder, 8-track recorder, radio… what more do you need? I was a bit tempted, but I have too many amps already. The name Clarinette doesn’t inspire confidence, though. Reminds me of when a salesman sells Homer Simpson a Carnivalé TV.
A Flinch card game. I love the drawing on the box. I sold one of these once, but the 70’s edition:
This box is equally cool but in that seventies way.
Found this Spare-Time Bowling Game:
Which is played with dice. Cool graphic, but definitely retro rather than vintage.
A National Geographic Global Pursuit game:
Never played this as a kid. I’m assuming it was meant to be educational, which in book meant boring.
The Visu Matic Card Shuffler:
By Royal London. Always nice when things come with the box. Sadly, the battery compartment was full of rust. Many cool things about this: The fake-wood look, the “Fingertip Control”, the eye with the arrow, and the fact that they call it “Cordless Electric” rather than battery powered. I guess when your company is called Royal London, you have to make things sound fancy. Somebody put little pen dots on the “Matic”:
I like that, for some reason. Maybe I’m weird.