McIntoshs exclusive reception held at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum's Grateful Dead: The Long, Strange Trip exhibition

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In 1969, McIntosh engineers were instrumental in creating the sound system the Dead and other groups utilized at Woodstock. In 1974 McIntosh created the Dead's legendary "Wall of Sound" - a mega stage system that utilized 28,800 watts of McIntosh amplifier power. This system paved the way for today's stadium-size audio systems and helped raise audiences' expectations of the sound quality at concerts.


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