Our musical tastes are probably quite different, but then mine are generally regarded as quite esoteric. Never heard of an audiophile community here. I only have around 1000 LPs, but many of those are deleted and/or historic recordings. I daren't bring them here as the humid salt environment will destroy them all too quickly. I'd like to digitise them, but that takes so long!
Incidentally, unless you keep your gear in a closely climate-controlled environment none of it will last long. You'd be amazed how quickly electronics degrade in this environment. If you value the gear, only bring it if you KNOW you can adequately protect it.
In terms of equipment, I have virtually nothing here. My equipment back in the UK is fairly high end, but of course all running off 240v. It includes a couple of broadcast-quality DAT recording decks, with Revox reel-to-reel recorder, Nakamichi compact cassette recorder, SME/Ortofon/Thorens and other record-playing gear, Quad amps etc. I also had quite expensive mikes & portable mixers, and did a lot of live recording. My biggest investment was a pair of Quad Electrostatic speakers, unbelievably rewarding to listen to in a proper listening room (which I used to have), but I decided they certainly wouldn't survive the environment and very sadly sold them.
I don't find this environment conducive to listening to music, being too hot and humid, so I don't do much of it. That's "listening" as opposed to "having on as background", which I've always hated.