PHOTO OF THE DAY – ARCHIVE
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Yamamoto’s A-06 amplifier. Photo courtesy of Yamamoto Sound Craft.
JBL’s Everest DD67000. Photo credit: jblsynthesis.com
Lyra Titan with “a humongous profile of a Shitebata stylus made out of Thai blue sapphire.” Photo credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/bellaphon/
Japanese power triodes! Photo from www.amtrans.co.jp
Capriccio Continuo (ATD) – Auralea 309. Photo credit: charismaaudio.com
Fonkens in the forest. Photo credit: planet10-hifi.com
A useful guide to the human audio spectrum, from Howard Tremaine’s AUDIO CYCLOPEDIA (1959). Interesting that a soprano can barely hit 1KHz, though obviously these are fundamental notes and don’t reflect harmonics.
“Punks in Bristol, 1980”, part of a new exhibit collection. Photo credit: virgin.com
The MG-1 air bearing tonearm, by Ada Lin. Photo credit: www.adanalog.com
You meet the nicest people in an independent record store. Photo credit: Huffington Post.
“Now….where did I put that ECC82….”
Leak’s Stereo 20 amplifier utilized 4 EL84/6BQ5 tubes for power output. The chassis may look big, but the internal layout underneath is as clean as you could ever hope for. Photo credit: www.radfordrevival.co.uk
Miles Davis and Gil Evans at Columbia Studios in 1957 for the “Miles Ahead” sessions. Photo credit: Sony Music Entertainment.
McIntosh MC30 amplifiers, professionally restored. Photo credit: vintagevacuumaudio.com
The radical Vox Olympian, and somewhat more domesticated Elysian, from Living Voice. Photo credit: Living Voice UK
Yamaha’s GF-1 active loudspeaker is a rare bird from the early 90’s. It featured Beryllium mids and tweeters, four integrated amps per speaker, a weight of 175kg per side, and a price tag of 7,000,000¥. Photo credit: www.thevintageknob.org
1957 Maserati GT 150 — for Scott. Happy Birfday! Photo credit: hemmings.com
This is the AzuraHorn 50Hz bass horn, from boptura’s blog. Nice floors dude! Photo credit: http://doityourselfaudio.blogspot.ca/2012/01/azurahorn-50hz-basshorn-for-sale.html
The amazing Stelvio II (now known as Gavia II), by Thom Mackris of Galibier Design. Photo credit: www.galibierdesign.com
Finale Audio’s F-208a integrated tube amplifier. Photo credit: finaleaudio.com
SEIKO EPSON Σ2000 Turntable (Japan). Photo credit: www.hk-68.com
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