Audio Anthropology

    Speaker Misplacement

    Issue 131

     

    In its day the Teac A-3340S was the machine for musicians recording at home or making demos. We hope the photo shoot didn't take too long...that thing is heavy! From Audio, July 1977.

    In its day the Teac A-3340S was the machine for musicians recording at home or making demos. We hope the photo shoot didn’t take too long…that thing is heavy! From Audio, July 1977.

     

    Groovy girl: digging the Radiola RA 1044 A, mid-1960s. C'est transistorisé!

    Digging the Radiola RA 1044 A, mid-1960s. C’est transistorisé!

     

    The first McIntosh preamplifier, the incredibly rare mono model AE2. it was sold from circa 1949/1950 - 1952 and was made in Silver Spring, Maryland. From the Audio Classics collection.

    The first McIntosh preamplifier, the incredibly rare mono model AE2. it was sold from circa 1949/1950 – 1952 and was made in Silver Spring, Maryland. From the Audio Classics collection.

     

    We'd spend the money on the Mighty-9 though. Or convert the charging unit from the kit into a fuzz box.

    We’d spend the money on the Mighty-9 though, or convert the charging unit from the kit into a fuzz box.

     

    Guess this 1962 RadioShack catalog didn't include any tips on speaker placement.

    Guess this 1962 RadioShack catalog didn’t include any tips on speaker placement.

     

     

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