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KLH Twenty Four

Stereo Audio System (1966-67)

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KLH Twenty Four


Now you can buy a stereo music system that you can own happily for the rest of your life for just $300.

The new KLH Model Twenty Four will do everything you'd expect a high performance music system to do; and more.

It will play mono and stereo records and mono and stereo FM broadcasts. It has output jacks for making tape recordings, and you can play other music sources (such as a tape recorder or an AM receiver) through it.

All of the electronics in the Model Twenty Four are solid-state. And all of the electronics, as well as the newly designed high performance loudspeakers, are built by KLH in their own plant.

The only component in the Model Twenty Four that isn't built by KLH is the Garrard automatic turntable. It is the same Garrard model used in KLH's most expensive systems.

Because of the Twenty Four's compact size and sensible three piece design, it will fit gracefully into any living room.

Most important, it will produce uncanny sound. It has the range, spaciousness and power of far more ambitious and costly equipment.


Type: Music Centre

Formats: turntable, tuner

Components: Garrard autochanger

Loudspeakers: model 24

Power output: 40 watts per channel into 8Ω

Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz

Year: 1966

Price: USD $300 (1967)


schematic   English - Popcorncaveman

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