Hi-Fi tone for $99.95, complete with colored vinyl! That's about $970 in today's dollars. Motorola ad, 1953.

    Hi-Fi tone for $99.95, complete with colored vinyl! That’s about $970 in today’s dollars. Motorola ad, 1953.

     

    An insanely rare Quarter Horse amp. It may be one of a kind. Built from kit plans originally published in Audio magazine, October 1966 and republished in AudioXpress, June 2001.

    An insanely rare Quarter Horse amplifier. Built from kit plans originally published in Audio magazine, October 1966 and republished in AudioXpress, June 2001. Courtesy of the Audio Classics collection.

     

    Why do people always push my buttons! Marantz ad, 1977.

    Why do people always push my buttons! Marantz ad, 1977.

     

    Who says you can't buy a thrill? Grundig Pianissimo ad, 1950s.

    Who says you can’t buy a thrill? Grundig Pianissimo ad, 1950s.

    Hey boys, start building those radios! Het Jongens Radioboek, Deel 1 by Leonard De Vries, 1952.

    Hey boys, start building those radios! Het Jongens Radioboek, Deel 1 by Leonard De Vries, 1952.

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