Audio Anthropology

    Changers in the Night

    Issue 126

    Now that’s what we call holiday gift-giving! Circa 1960s.


    Does it come with snake oil spindle lubricant? Circa 1950s.


    We’ll take this over the The Yule Log. And in vintage 1959 “Living Stereo,” no less!


    A very early Audio Research amplifier circa 1970, based on the Dynaco Mark III, made for Fulton Musical Industries. From the Audio Classics collection.


    Totally wired: the cord connecting the non-wireless remote is artfully hidden behind her hand in this 1970 ad.

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