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Founded in 1949 - Made in America.
McIntosh made its name as a leader in high-performance audio excellence via beautiful, powerful amplifiers – and McIntosh remains first-choice among today's audiophiles, audio engineers, and music lovers the world over. World Wide Stereo brought on McIntosh soon after we opened in 1979, and some of our original McIntosh customers still look forward to the company’s latest mind-blowing offerings. Be sure to check out our McIntosh Product Review Library, hosted by our in-house experts.
Everything McIntosh does is gorgeously engineered and handcrafted in Binghamton, New York using the finest materials. The signature industrial design - classic tubes, switches, and beloved metered faceplate - results in equal parts amazing technology and work of art. It's no wonder that in an age when everyone wants their audio and video components hidden behind closed door cabinets, McIntosh owners still leave their McIntosh components out for all to see. These are pieces more deserving of a pedestal than a closed door.
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Power Control Cable - Each (3M)
MC275 Vacuum Tube Powered Amplifier
LCR80 3-Way Center Channel Speaker
Power Control Cable - Each (1M)
MCD350 2-Channel SACD/CD Player
Coaxial Digital Audio Cable - 6.56 ft. (2m)
RS150 Wireless Loudspeaker - Each
MI1250 12-Channel Digital Amplifier
MDA200 Upgradable Quad-Balanced Digital-to-Analog Converter
MB20 Class 1 Bluetooth Transceiver
XR100 4-Way Floorstanding Tower Speaker - Each
MC152 Stereo 150 Watt Amplifier with Balanced and Unbalanced Inputs
70th Anniversary Beach Towel (Caribbean Blue)
XR50 3-Way Bookshelf Loudspeaker - Each
MA8950 2-Channel Integrated Amplifier
The Stuff of Legends
Four quick stories neatly sum up all things McIntosh: 1) it was McIntosh amplifiers that powered Woodstock. 400,00 people over 600 acres, and every Hendrix riff and Joan Baez strum made the back row and then some – clearly and with a punch. 2) 28,800 watts of McIntosh amplifier power was used in the Grateful Dead's “Wall of Sound” on March 23, 1974, at the San Francisco Cow Palace. 3) The crazy, maniacal perfectionist Brian Wilson insisted on McIntosh equipment when mastering the Beach Boys' “Pet Sounds.” 4) World-renowned rock producer Tony Visconti, still to this day, owns, loves, and depends on the incredible sound, and performance, only McIntosh brings to the table.
So really, it’s no surprise so many recording artists, famous musicians, and producers still look to McIntosh for the absolute best possible audio experience. And though the company made its name via beautiful, powerful amplifiers in the 1960s – when rock and rollers were upping their games, volume levels, and overall production levels – today’s McIntosh offers a complete line of audio gear. The reviews: consistently 5-star.
The newest McIntosh product line includes everything from headphones (McIntosh Circumaural Headphones actually mirror the company’s full-sized systems) and headphone amplifiers to compact streaming shelf systems, turntables, and speakers. Even home theater processors and Blu-ray players.
Bottom line: it’s all about the sound – that amazing, powerful, full-throated, clean, feel-it-in-your-chest, heavenly, McIntosh sound. The stuff of legends.