In keeping with our Issue 150 theme, the mighty Audio Research D-150 stereo power amplifier. It’s one of the all-time classics of tube amplifier design. introduced in 1975, it delivers 150 watts per channel and sold for $2,685. Photo courtesy of Dominic James/Audio Research.
Not a vintage piece, but it has “150” in its model number, and looks so great we couldn’t resist. The Cambridge Audio Evo 150 integrated amplifier. Photo courtesy of Howard Kneller.
A General Electric Stereo Classic Model MS-2000 tube integrated amplifier, late 1950s. Talk about understated elegance! From The Audio Classics Collection, photo by Howard Kneller.
General Electric MS-2000 amplifier, rear view. Photo by Howard Kneller.
People of Earth, attention! This is a record player from far beyond your solar system! The Staar Galaxy record player, 1950s. Made in the UK, not Tatooine, and designed by G. Staar.