Hi Fi magazines and publications.
The London Audio Fair. April 1956.
An interesting note at the top of this publication made in 1996 and stating "Rogers" would be there this year.
Hi Fi & Music Review. First Issue. February 1958.
It is always very good to have a first ever publication issue in the museum. Sold in the USA, this 1st edition was 35 cents.
One of the adverts features an early "Heathkit" DIY design. The family are building the amplifier kit using a soldering iron.
This American magazine was published by "Ziff-Davis" and features record reviews, equipment reviews and technical articles.
It became "Stereo Review" in 1968 and was acquired by "CBS Magazines" in 1980.
In 1989 it became part of "High Fidelity" magazine.
"Wireless World" magazines. April and May 1947.
Here are the two original Wireless World magazines that show both parts 1 and 2 of the first publicized
Williamson articles detailing the full designs of the Williamson valve amplifier
Practical Hi Fi and Audio Magazine. June 1976.
This magazine features the Linn Sondek
turntable. Not long after it was first introduced.
Hi Fi Sound magazine from Feb. 1970
I bought this magazine in 1970 and recently mislaid it. Managed to find it on e-bay so if it
turns up in the future, I will have 2 copies. This copy features the excellent
Ferrograph Series 7 reel to reel audio recorder.
Popular Hi Fi magazine. May 1975 and Jan. 1976.
The magazine features an advert for the Tandburg TCD 310
The magazine features an advert for the Amstrad 7000
cassette deck. (The 7000 with Dolby) £72.80
These were very good Hi Fi magazines and I used to buy them in the 1970s. They may have been published in
smaller numbers as you don't see old copies offered for sale very often. Quite a rare publication.
We have a large stock of old Hi Fi magazines in storage.
These are Hi Fi answers, "Gramophone", "Popular Hi Fi" and others.
These are from the 1970s and 1980s
Many pictures and notes from the magazines will be put onto this page later in the year.
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