Two-way speaker created by Harold Leak and Don Barlow in 1961. This speaker was named "Sandwich" because its woofer was made from a thick section of expanded polystyrene put between two outer skins of aluminium. As a result, this method enabled to reduce the vibrations and obtain a better reproduction of the electric signal.
Quite rare amplifier by Pathé-Marconi, in woodcase. Inputs for both ceramic and magnetic turntables, tuner, tape. Bass and treble controls for each channel. Connectors for one pair of speakers.
The Quad stereo decoder is designed for use with the Quad FM tuner and the Quad 22 preamplifier. This device will easily work with tuners manufactured after serial number 19062. Previous tuners have to be modified.
Stereo receiver made in the early seventies. Same look as the amplifiers 590 and 591. FM goes to 104 Mhz. Three FM stations can be programmed with the dedicated scroll wheels located on the lower left side. 2 x 30 Watts Class A.