Audio Anthropology

    Listening With Dog’s Ears

    Issue 168

    They don’t make ’em like this anymore: an early Garrard AT6 turntable (thanks Ken Kessler for identifying this model).


    Another view of the AT6. Photos by Howard Kneller.


    If you have a rig like this, this dog wants to tune in. Radio News, May 1921.


    Potent portable: an Invicta transistor radio from around the 1960s. Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons/Joe Haupt.


    We recently discovered this image of Paul McGowan as a kid.


    Howard Kneller’s audiophile adventures are documented on YouTube (The Listening Chair with Howard Kneller) and Instagram (@howardkneller). His art and photography can be found on Instagram (@howardkneller). He also posts a bit of everything on Facebook (@howardkneller).

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