I'm a teen audiophile as well, and also have trouble finding people that share the same passion. If I show friends my gear they enjoy it, but never really care enough to put money into an headphones or equipment. A couple of my friends really love my turntable, but I find it hard to buy vinyls growing up with digital audio at my disposal (better mastering sort of makes it worthwhile). I was actually just listening to The Middle by Jimmy Eat World, so I think that's really cool. I like a variety of music, such as folk, acoustic, classic rock, progressive metal, death metal, alternative, alternative-rock, punk, and electronic. I'm currently into mid-range headphones such as Grado's and Sennheiser's but am trying to go beyond that to neutral headphones. I'm finding the appeal difficult to grasp though since I've never heard one. No you're not alone there are plenty of us, but I doubt either of us will meet another teenage audiophile until we're no longer teens.
Edit: My current setups are: Asus Xonar DGX -> SR325IS/speakers
AT-LP60 turntable -> Pioneer reciever -> SR325is/speakers
But during the summer I am going to save up some money and make them:
Pro-Ject Debut II Carbon Turntable -> Pro-Ject Phono Box S -> Graham Slee Novo -> AKG K 702/SR325is
Musical Fidelity V-DAC II -> Graham Slee Novo -> AKG K 702/SR325is
Edited by ToddTheMetalGod - 1/23/13 at 1:32am