|Name:||Acoustical Manufacturing Co. Ltd, The; Huntingdon (GB)|
The Acoustical Manufacturing Co. Ltd, St. Peter Road, Huntingdon, England. Better known with their brand name "Quad", and still active.
After working for EMI and GEC, audio master Peter James Walker founded in 1936 the 'Acoustical manufacturing company'. The company produced 'Public Address' systems and compact amplifiers (relatively speaking). In 1949, the company produced the 'Corner Ribbon Loudspeaker, producing higher frequencies than had ever previously been achieved. In the same year, the QA12/P was launched and the brand 'QUAD' was born from an acronym 'Quality Unit Amplified Domestic'.
Milestone in the history was the first full-range electrostatic loudspeaker 'Quad ESL', introduced in 1957.
This manufacturer was suggested by Georg Richter.
|GB||88||Quad Power Amplifier 306||Hifi NF-Endstufe|
|GB||50||Quad I (1)||EF37A||QUAD (Quality Unit Amplifier Domestic) mono power amplifier, with power supply for...|
|GB||82||Pre-amplifier 34||Stereo audio pre-amplifier designed to work with the 405 or 306 power amplifier.|
|GB||71||Quad Tuner FM 3||Quad FM 3 Tuner, stereo, matching pre-amplifier is model Quad 33.Aerial connectors for 75 ...|
|GB||49||Quality Amplifier QA 12P||EF37||Vorläufer der QUAD Verstärker; QA12P steht für: Quality Amplifier 12 watts with pre-amplif...|
|GB||67–72||Quad 33||Stereo Control Unit with configurable inputs; pairs with power amp Quad 303.|
|GB||69–72||Quad 303||Power amp, stereo.|
|GB||53||Quad Control Unit QC II (2)||EF86||Preamplifier, mono. The unit takes its power from the main amplifier type Quad II.|
|GB||65||Quad Multiplex Decoder||OC44||Stereo Decoder, passend zum Quad FM Tuner.|
|GB||59–68||Quad FM Tuner FM1||6BH6||Matching with Quad 22 System.FM Tuner with Foster-Seeley discriminator. Later versions wit...|
|GB||56||AM1||AM-Tuner for use with a Quad-Amplifier.|
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