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November 14, 1975 - Image 2

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Friday, November 14,



hand, refers spec~ilicall'

to the way

a system sounds

A high fidelity system will re-
produce music with tonal
quality, dynamic range, and
volume that comnes close to
matching the original perfor-
mance. Sometimes uncannily
so. It takes good audio
equipment to do it.
The kind of audio equipment we
sell at Tech Hifi.
So while all stereo is not hifi, all
Tech Hifi stereos are. And surpris-
ingly enough; many of our hifi
systems don't cost any more than

All stereo is not hifi.

It's an important distinction to
keep in mind when you shop for
your stereo system.
Just because a system has two

Iere's a real high fidelity system with a Cambridge
Audio 1500 am/fm stereo receiver, Maximus 16
loudspeakers and the fully-equipped BSR 2260X
automatic turntable for only S 199.
~$9McPONALO$ 9

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