Here's the stereo system I've been piecing back together over the last year. Been using it as is for a few months while searching for the right table to hold it all. Had wanted some TV trays for the speakers so I got two a few days ago. Was thinking and decided to get TV trays for the rest of the stuff. Got two today and may get the rest later this week or next week. Here's some pictures. Equipment list 1. Bucket sub. 2. KLH 22A speakers with added Foster tweeter in Auvio cabinets. 3. BASH 500 watt plate amp. 4. Lafayette LA-375 with external power transformer and modded for direct input to amp section. 5. Custom built 70 Hz two way 24 dB/octave active crossover. 6. Sansui SR-2050C record player 7. RCA 45 Record changer modded for stereo magnetic cartridge and VCR video head motor drive. 8. McIntosh C-24 preamp. 9. AKAI Terecorder 1/2 track mono. 10. AKAI GX-255. 11. AKAI EIE PRO sound card. 12. Part 15 AM transmitter so I can send audio to my antique radios and communications receivers. Not yet added 1. JVC 1250RUN2 8 track. 2. DBX 200 Program route selector which is needed for the three tape decks and sound card. Soon to upgrade the BASH with this https://www.parts-express.com/dayto...-subwoofer-plate-amplifier-with-dsp--300-8010 Given it has a built in two way crossover I will turn the crossover box into a buffer 1. For the record out of the McIntosh. 2. For the output of the McIntosh preamp. Given both have higher output impedances and what they will feed have lower input impedances. Another benefit of that plate amp is I don't have to set the speaker switch on the Lafayette to remote before turning the system off to keep the crossover from making a noise as its power supply reduces in voltage. The speakers have a switch on the back to where I can turn the added tweeters off and have the speakers sound as they originally did. It opens the positive connection to the added tweeters and switches the positive connection of the original tweeter from the added choke to its crossover cap. Didn't feel like using the switch to just short the choke. The backstory on the KLH-22A speakers is that a tree hit the trailer last January and one cabinet was smashed. Found the tweeter in good shape and found the woofer later in ok shape aside from the frame being slightly bent, but not bent enough to affect its operation. Had the two Auvio cabinets just laying around from a project I had wanted to do, but never got around to. Fit the drivers perfectly. Used them a few months without the added tweeters then two weeks ago I saw one Foster tweeter I had and decided to try it with one speaker. Sounded good enough so I modded both speakers with the tweeters. Speakers still retain their original sound only the upper treble above 13KHz sounds much better. One benefit of the TV trays is that if I decide to rearrange the room or I move to another place the TV trays move much easier than a table.