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Now Hear This!

Issue 108AUDIO ANTHROPOLOGY

When the Admiral speaks, they listen!   They went all out on props for this photo shoot. From Audio magazine, January 1963.   Just don't touch any of my records,...

Some Assembly Required

Issue 103AUDIO ANTHROPOLOGY

In 1962 Allied Radio and Masonite partnered to offer this “hi-fi wall” kit. Audio components not included! From Radio-TV Experimenter, fall 1962.   “…an apartment dweller can assemble this ultra-modern hi-fi wall,...

The Truth Isn't Out There

Issue 102AUDIO ANTHROPOLOGY

It plays records as intended…always a good thing. From Audio Engineering, May 1953. I actually wore this badge at CES 1995. I wonder if any aliens got into the show?  ...

Domestic Harmony

Issue 101AUDIO ANTHROPOLOGY

Les Paul and Mary Ford in their native habitat. Audio Engineering, May 1953

It's Hip to be Square

Issue 100AUDIO ANTHROPOLOGY

I’ll bet this amplifier sounds good! From Radio-TV Experimenter, Spring 1961.   Header image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons/User: Omegatron.

Everything But the Kitchen Sink

Issue 99AUDIO ANTHROPOLOGY

  “An antique dry sink can often be used to house stereo equipment as shown.” Who knew? From Stereo Design for the Home, 1962. Stylus replacement early 1960s style. Try that...