Half-price high fidelity! No tools required! OK, a few. 1957 ad Courtesy of Ray Chelstowski.


    With a rig like this, we’d never leave the house. 1948 Admiral ad.


    Crank it up: a replica of the first-ever Edison phonograph. Courtesy of the Audio Classics collection.



    OK, this is un-toppable. The Kuba Komet home entertainment center, made in Germany from 1957 to 1962.


    Close enough for rock and roll. McIntosh ad, circa late 1950s – early 1960s.




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