Welcome to the Vintage Hi-Fi museum web site!

This web site will continue to evolve and will be organized exclusively for charitable, literary, and educational purposes, including for such purposes, the making of distributions that qualify under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, or any corresponding section of any future federal tax code.

We have acceptance as of June, 2014. Now accepting tax deductible donations! Volunteers & docents needed, too.

email: VintageHiFi museum

Click here for updates & recent pictures: on our blog & Facebook

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Click here for an interesting video clip for the museum!

The purpose of vintagehifi.org is to educate audio enthusiasts and future generations about high fidelity music, vinyl records, and analog audio systems with components “Made in the USA”, from the very beginning to the Golden Age of vacuum tube audio (1950’s to 1960’s) and finally solid state transistor designs (1970’s), thereby promoting its preservation, operation, restoration, and history. Our goals:

1) To focus solely on Audio High Fidelity.

2) To recruit additional volunteers, including the "younger" generation with the same passion for analog & vacuum tube audio. The vinyl surge is going on now!

3) To promote vintage hi-fi history with our NEW Library_101 CDROM.

4) To educate everything analog -- including magnetic tape, vinyl records, vacuum tube technology, plus more.

Our location (485 New Park Avenue, West Hartford, CT) has 1-large area to take on donation inventory, display vintage audio, host a gift shop / stereo equipment plus vinyl records, host a Hi-Fi clinic for restoration (including vacuum tube amplifiers, phono cartridge analysis, output power & distortion testing), and house a "listening lounge" to enjoy quality audio and "for the love of music". The Fisher (+ other tube) repair depot is here, too!

Hours open:

Wednesday 11 am - 2 pm and Saturday 9 am - 3 pm. We are also closed during bad weather or emergencies; please call ahead.

For updated pictures, please go to Instagram @vintagehifimuseum

Vintage HiFi museum