This amplifier was custom-built by Retronica using vacuum tubes. The clarity, detail and depth of tube sound has been proven superior by lab measurements and human ears alike. Your old tube amp handed down from a relative or bought at a yard sale can most likely be made new again for surprisingly low cost.

Even though analog television transmission was killed off by Congress in 2009, it is still possible to see live broadcast TV on a vintage cathode ray tube receiver. Only a $40 converter box and rabbit ears is needed to display pictures like this on a TV from as far back as 1948. Retronica has rebuilt dozens of vintage vacuum tube TVs and can quickly test and assess yours to determine the cost involved. We can of course make sense of your modern home theater equipment too. HDTV is not a bad thing; we can help you get the most out of it.


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