My first system, built when I was 15 (photo 1970)
Shure M3D - Garard SP25 Mk II - Sinclair Project 60 modular amp with Z30 power amp modules and PZ5 power supply (star-earthed!) in plywood plinth, but it looks as though I may not have made the perspex lid at the time of this pic. Speakers were reflex design of my own, with Eagle FR8 full range (supposedly) drivers. Sounded great to me and friends, even parents, though quite muted treble, and bass while down to 40 was not exactly fast - but none of us had heard better at that point. The first thing upgraded a couple of years later wss the speakers, becoming 3-way using those drivers on mid.
It was featured in a magazine which was, erm, critical of overall sound quality but they praised the achievement for the tight budget, though the they were more impressed with Pink Floyd’s Saucerful of Secrets that I played first, than they were when I put on something classical. The photo shows it on the state-of-the-art rack, my parent’s piano! Also shown is my record collection - though actually that was my brother’s and my records together, as think I only had maybe 3 or 4 of my own at that point.