Your First System

This should be good!!! Most of us have been in this expensive hobby for years now and have worked our way up to components we only dreamed of. I want to know what was your first system of separate components going back as far as you can remember. My first consisted of a Pioneer SX-680 receiver, a Technics SLD-1 turntable (I think that's the right model #), a Sharp tapedeck, and KLH floorstanding speakers. I was 16 at the time and thought I was the biggest badass on the block. Now, 20+ years later I have a ML 334, Meridian 507 CD, CJ PV10A, Canton Ergo 900 speakers, and a Transparent Power Isolator 4. I'm in the process of upgrading to a ML 390. It goes without saying the IC's and speaker cables are top notch as well. I know my system is WAAAYYYYY down the foodchain compared to what I've seen here but It would be interesting to see what everyone started out with.
I forget the model numbers. It was a Heathkit preamp,a Crown amp(used),a pair of Heathkit four ohm three ways,a Dual turntable with a Shure cartridge,and Sennheiser cans.

Fresh out of school with plastic burning a hole in my pocket,I made a mistake with the speakers and the amp,both of which were obese for the listening room.
November 1969. Purchased from Lafayette Radio in Newark, NJ

Lafayette LR-500B receiver
Garrard 40B record changer
Pickering V15/ACE 400 cartridge
KLH 22A speakers

SAE Mark 1 Pre-amp
Onkyo 4055 Tuner
BIC 980 TT with Micro Acoustics cart.
SoundCraftsman Equalizer
ESS Heil AMT 1a Bookshelf speakers
Kenwood Receiver (17 w/channel - don't recall the model #),
Garrard changer, (don't recall the model, nor the cartridge)
Warfedale W40 Speakers (still have them).

Pioneer SX-1180 Receiver
Teac Tape Deck
Techniques Turntable
Bose 601 speakers