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


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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