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McIntosh Releases 60th Anniversary Reissues of MC75 Amp and C22 Preamp

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McIntosh Laboratory will mark its 60th anniversary by officially debuting two highly anticipated limited-edition reissues of legendary components, the MC75 monoblock tube amplifier and C22 preamplifier. These retro audiophile products will compete with today's cutting edge music reproduction electronics while carrying McIntosh's lofty reputation and classic designs.

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McIntosh President Charlie Randall noted: "McIntosh has a great deal to be proud of as we look back on our 60 years in home entertainment. The introduction of our two new audiophile classic reissues, for example, reflects one of the key attributes that sets our products apart from those all other manufacturers - namely, that they are virtually timeless in their performance capabilities, style and reliability - in fact, many of our customers the world over often view their McIntosh products as investments worthy of being passed down through generations.

McIntosh will showcase a special, limited-edition amplifier system scheduled for release in the spring of 2009. The system, designed to appeal to loyal McIntosh collectors and audiophile purists around the world, features two MC75 monoblock tube amplifiers (modeled after the original 1961 version), in combination with a C22 preamplifier (originally introduced in 1962). The Classic Reissue components will be packaged together and sold as a set, with only 60 sets to be available in each of McIntosh's sales regions around the world.

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