On the third Sunday morning of each month from April through October, you can find all kinds of items at the Flea at MIT. This swapfest takes over a parking lot and part of an adjacent garage.
Once you hand over your the $6 entry fee, you'll see all kinds of electronics -- components, connectors, cables, computers, computer parts, stereo equipment, and test equipment -- and more. The "more" includes hand tools, musical instruments (some not electric), and all kinds of other items. The following pages give you examples of the items you'll see at the MIT Flea. I skipped the computers, but I might go back in May to look for a Windows 7 laptop.
Also missing from these pages is test equipment. There was plenty, so much that it's worthy of its own photo show
The monthly MIT Flea, where you can find all kinds of used parts and equipment.
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