McIntosh lineup of vintage audio receivers during the 1960s and 1970s that are highly regarded by audio enthusiasts. The McIntosh audio gear is synonymous with quality and a good investment.
Some of the notable models include:
McIntosh MAC 1500: This hybrid receiver featured 30 watts per channel and a built-in AM/FM stereo tuner. It had a solid state preamp section, tube output section and FM tuner. It was known for its warm, yet detailed sound. (1965-1967)
McIntosh MAC 1700: The hybrid MAC 1700 had slightly higher power output to the MAC 1500 at 40 watts per channel, but had a solid state preamp and power amp, and a tube tuner. It was praised for its clean power and excellent build quality. (1967-1973)
McIntosh MAC 1900: With 55 watts per channel, the MAC 1900 was a powerful, all solid state receiver, that offered exceptional sound quality. It also had a built-in AM/FM tuner, phono stage, and even a multiplex adapter for use with stereo FM broadcasts. (1973-1978)
McIntosh MAC 4100: This receiver was released in 1978 and featured 75 watts per channel. It had advanced features for its time, such as a direct-coupled amplifier and FM muting. The MAC 4100 is highly sought after by collectors. (1978-1985)
These receivers from the 1970s are known for their robust construction, high-quality components, and excellent sound reproduction. They remain popular among audiophiles looking for vintage McIntosh equipment.
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