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That was so great! It just 'feels' good to see quality stuff being made in the USA. Also brought back memories of good times spent in Binghamton back in the 60's. A place called 'Gentleman Joe's'. Owned by an ex-Boxer. Great live music. After seeing that clip, I now want a McIntosh Amp. Thanks for posting.
Kool! Here is an easier way to view it: Interseting video of McIntosh Labs on CBS News:
I still remember the first tube amp I ever heard was a Mac275 almost 30 years ago. I still recall the feeling of 'wooooooah', now THAT sounds like music.
Seasoned, thank you for sharing. As a long time Mc lover I truly enjoyed it. I was very surprised at Chuck Hinton, I have spoken with him many times on the phone and had a mental picture that was way off base. I like the response to the question 'how long does it last' and the answer was "we don't know, we've only been making if 63 years"
What a testimony!
You know what I love about just that area of NY? Audio Classics is right down the street from the Mc factory and if you call them and tell them you're coming they will call the factory and take you on a tour. Some of the guys that work at Audio Classics are ex Mc engineers. Tour busses with Japanese tourists go to Audio Classics and the Mc factory. Fascinating place to visit.