Do speakers that came with my Kmart Soundesign system count?
I don't even know if I can remember my first stand alone speaker system... Lets see...
Some 10 or 12" JBL 3-ways... (don't remember model)
10" 3-way 100 watt Pioneers (don't remember model)
Optimus 15" 2-way (don't remember model number, early 90's)
DIY 15" 3-ways with Mach II horn tweeter, Realistic soft some mid, and the 15" woofer from the 2-ways above (also stole the bass port out of them, heh). I made these from left over scraps from a new home construction when I was around 13 years old. My first attempt at DIY, lol.
Another DIY 15" 3-ways with Mach II horn tweeter, Realistic soft some mid as above, but with that crappy Realistic 15" Poly woofer. Wish I could find the old polaroids of these as I actually bought high grade 3/4" nicely finish plywood and carefully planned out construction and they came out mint looking. I still have and use the T-square I bought to make these speakers.
DIY 12" 3-ways with Realistic 12" dual voice coil sub, same soft dome mid and Mach II tweeter as above - The dual voice coil paper cone sounded much better than that crappy 15" Poly woofer but neither seemed to handle much power
Optimus Mach II (these where pretty good for Radio Shack specials, actually. Gonna buy the next set I find on Craigslist for nostalgia, hehe)
Cerwin Vega VS-150 (had these babies for a 14 year stretch!)
Didn't list center speakers and funny when I owned speakers with 15" woofers I used to mock narrow towers with small woofers and look at the total 180 I did when it comes to what types of speakers I prefer now, heh...
Sony HTIB 100 watter, lol.
Velodyne MicroVee (only for a day, burned out and dealer replaced with the
Sunfire Signature EQ (I always wanted one of those little Sunfires)
This was my first actual first sound system my parents bought me though:
Yea I remember jamming out to my Micheal Jackson, Twisted Sister, and Quiet Riot cassettes and that thing back in the early/mid 80's, hehe.