We don’t know if this produced uncolored sound or not. From the Museum of the Hard to Believe…er, Audio, October 1977.

 

That’s one small and two large speakers. Got it? From the MIT Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science…er, Audio Systems, 1974.

Even her bridge club wants to listen! From the Male Chauvinist Hall of Fame…er, Audio, July 1964.

 

Created by an engineer named Louis W. Erath, a geophysical engineer (seriously), it seems the bass from these was pretty impressive. From Audio, July 1969.

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