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Accuphase company website. Accuphase is considered by some to be the "Japanese Mcintosh". Historical section is here (at the bottom of the page)

Altec Altec-Lansing section of Sound Practices web site

Altec Lansing's (unofficial) Homepage! Information on the history and use of Altec-Lansing

voiceofthetheatre.com Information on Altec-Lansing Voice of the Theater loud speakers

Audio Research Database Photograph's and specifications on nearly all of Audio Research's product's

Beveridge Audio company website. Historical section is here

Classic Audio Reproductions Home Page Manufacturer of unique and reprodction horn loud speakers including their version of the Hartdfield

conrad-johnson designs inc. Conrad Johnson company website. Historical section is here

Dual Classics Website technical specifications and photos covering the Dual company of Germany (1901-2001)

Unofficial Dynaco Home Page Information on classic Dynaco

EICO Home Page Dedicated to Eico's audio equipment

AVERY FISHER HERITAGE Photograph's and brochures on some of Fisher's vacume tube equipment

Hi-Fi Literature from the 50's and 60's

The Jensen Ultraflex or Onken enclosure Plans for building a Jensen Ultraflex speaker

Karlson Speaker Homepage Plans and information on the Karlson Speaker

George Kaye Audio Labs, Inc. Company website. Service and upgrades for the Futterman OTL based and Moscode hybrid amplifiers produced by New York Audio Labs

LANSING HERITAGE Extensive website covering the work of James B Lansing

H.J.Leak and Co. Ltd. Covering the history of Leak

Loudspeaker History Timeline of loud speaker development

Infinity Classics Information on Infinity during the time when Arnold Nudell was running the company (1968-1995)

Linn product histories Information on Linn products

Marantz's Legendary Audio Classics Information about classic and later Marantz

MARANTZ MODEL NINE Pictures of the re-issue Marantz 7c and Model 9's

Mark Levinson ML series page Information on products made when Mark Levinson was involved with the company

Phase Linear Stereo Equipment Reference Site Technical data on American made Phase Linear

WELCOME TO THE OFFICIAL PHASE LINEAR (LYNNWOOD) HOME PAGE Technical data on American made Phase Linear

The Quad ESL Information related to refurbishing and using the Quad Electrostatic

Quad World Schematics, brochures and photographs of classic quad equipment

Rabco SL-8E: Tangential Tonearm History of tangential tonearm's and refurbishment of the Rabco tonearm

Jims SAE Page SAE History

Wardsweb SAE Carver Audio Home Theater and more... Has a section on SAE

H.H. Scott Hi-Fi Stereo Archive History of H.H. Scott from 1946 to 1966

HH Scott LC-21 Pictures of a Scott LC-21

Soundcraftsmen Reference Site Information on one of the most creative audio companies

Stax Ltd. company website. Stax is well known for their headphones, but they also make loud speakers and electronics. Historical section is here

TANNOY monitor gold dual concentric speakers Period brochure's and cabinet information on the Tannoy monitor gold loud speakers

Tannoy Speakers Tannoy history covering the 1940's to the 1970's

Technical Audio Devices company website. TAD is a division of Pioneer Electronics that is considered by some to be the "Japanese JBL"

The Analog Dept. Information on classic Thorens and Garrard turntables along with other things of interest to users of the vinyl LP

The Classic Speaker Pages Information on New England speaker companys

The Hifi Museum Photograph's of classic HiFi equipment

Thorens TD124 and TD124Mk2 Legendary Vintage Turntables Technical information on these Thorens turntables

Edgar Villchur and the Acoustic Suspension Loudspeaker History of the Acoustic Suspension Loudspeaker and its creator Edgar Villchu

Welcome At DirectDrive History and information on using classic direct drive turntables

Western Electric Brand Audio Products Western Electric company website. Western Electric has re-introduced the 300B triode output tube. Historical section is here