Now that's how to cut a record! Audio Engineering, February 1950.

Now that's how to cut a record! Audio Engineering, February 1950.

 

It wasn't a monster hit back in 1964, though Glen Campbell and Leon Russell played on it! Courtesy of Rich Isaacs.

It wasn't a monster hit back in 1964, though Glen Campbell and Leon Russell played on it! Courtesy of Rich Isaacs.

 

We don't know what we want more – the speakers, the lamp or the table. Magnavox ad, 1958.

We don't know what we want more – the speakers or the furniture. Magnavox ad, 1958.

 

A rare Barber and Howard tube stereo preamp. Almost no information about this is available online. From the Audio Classics collection.

A rare Barber and Howard tube stereo preamp. Almost no information about this is available online. From the Audio Classics collection.

 

Magical indeed. General Electric ad, circa 1946.

Magical indeed. General Electric ad, circa 1946.

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