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Curtis Mathes tube amplifiers https://www.curtis-mathes.com/apps/photos/ Curtis Mathes tube amplifiers Curtis Mathes 6BQ5 Stereo Tube Amplifier, with great tube sound. Curtis Mathes tube amplifier from a console (possibly 1950?s or early 60?s but there is no ID Number therefore more research is needed). The American manufacturer Curtis Mathes was known for quality high-end equipment and this amp will not disappoint you. My Tube Tech thoroughly checked this amp and installed a power cord plus RCA connectors. Speaker outputs are also identified. As is, amp is in a ?Plug and Play? condition! Amp was gently brought up to full power on a Variac. Satellite Radio and CD player were used to verify operations. Output was undistorted, clear and enjoyable as only tubes can produce. I always liked the 6BQ5 console amp sound and was not disappointed with this one. Since Volume is externally controlled, a preamp with Volume Control is recommended (required for phono input). Chassis is rust free, very clean, and can be easily polished by the new owner. Very simple but efficient circuit (unmodified). This amp can easily customize by installing upgraded RCA connectors, inline fuse holder, pilot light, speakers connections, etc. Work to identify connections was done for you by my Tech (you can run all connections from bottom of chassis). Please note the robust power transformer and heat sinks/radiators. This transformer powered the console?s receiver and preamp. Now it powers only the amp therefore runs cool with power reserve. Tubes: 1 5U4GB Rectifier tube (Sylvania, USA) 1 12AX7 tube (USA) 2 6BQ5 Sylvania tubes (USA) ? one channel 2 6BQ5 European- made tubes ? 2nd channel ...Condition of graphics does not permit full identification of European tubes but both are identified with ?cross? seams on top. All tubes are old stock and came with this amp when pulled from console (radio and preamp were not ?rescue-able?). Curtis Mathes tube amplifiers are known for the best in quality high-end equipment made in the USA in Texas by folks who really cared about the product they were making. https://www.curtis-mathes.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=140192110 140192110 Curtis Mathes 6BQ5 Stereo Tube Amplifier, with great tube sound. Curtis Mathes tube amplifier from a console (possibly 1950?s or early 60?s but there is no ID Number therefore more research is needed). The American manufacturer Curtis Mathes was known for quality high-end equipment and this amp will not disappoint you. My Tube Tech thoroughly checked this amp and installed a power cord plus RCA connectors. Speaker outputs are also identified. As is, amp is in a ?Plug and Play? condition! Amp was gently brought up to full power on a Variac. Satellite Radio and CD player were used to verify operations. Output was undistorted, clear and enjoyable as only tubes can produce. I always liked the 6BQ5 console amp sound and was not disappointed with this one. Since Volume is externally controlled, a preamp with Volume Control is recommended (required for phono input). Chassis is rust free, very clean, and can be easily polished by the new owner. Very simple but efficient circuit (unmodified). This amp can easily customize by installing upgraded RCA connectors, inline fuse holder, pilot light, speakers connections, etc. Work to identify connections was done for you by my Tech (you can run all connections from bottom of chassis). Please note the robust power transformer and heat sinks/radiators. This transformer powered the console?s receiver and preamp. Now it powers only the amp therefore runs cool with power reserve. Tubes: 1 5U4GB Rectifier tube (Sylvania, USA) 1 12AX7 tube (USA) 2 6BQ5 Sylvania tubes (USA) ? one channel 2 6BQ5 European- made tubes ? 2nd channel ...Condition of graphics does not permit full identification of European tubes but both are identified with ?cross? seams on top. All tubes are old stock and came with this amp when pulled from console (radio and preamp were not ?rescue-able?). Curtis Mathes tube amplifiers are known for the best in quality high-end equipment made in the USA in Texas by folks who really cared about the product they were making. https://www.curtis-mathes.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=140192111 140192111 Curtis Mathes 6BQ5 Stereo Tube Amplifier, with great tube sound. Curtis Mathes tube amplifier from a console (possibly 1950?s or early 60?s but there is no ID Number therefore more research is needed). The American manufacturer Curtis Mathes was known for quality high-end equipment and this amp will not disappoint you. My Tube Tech thoroughly checked this amp and installed a power cord plus RCA connectors. Speaker outputs are also identified. As is, amp is in a ?Plug and Play? condition! Amp was gently brought up to full power on a Variac. Satellite Radio and CD player were used to verify operations. Output was undistorted, clear and enjoyable as only tubes can produce. I always liked the 6BQ5 console amp sound and was not disappointed with this one. Since Volume is externally controlled, a preamp with Volume Control is recommended (required for phono input). Chassis is rust free, very clean, and can be easily polished by the new owner. Very simple but efficient circuit (unmodified). This amp can easily customize by installing upgraded RCA connectors, inline fuse holder, pilot light, speakers connections, etc. Work to identify connections was done for you by my Tech (you can run all connections from bottom of chassis). Please note the robust power transformer and heat sinks/radiators. This transformer powered the console?s receiver and preamp. Now it powers only the amp therefore runs cool with power reserve. Tubes: 1 5U4GB Rectifier tube (Sylvania, USA) 1 12AX7 tube (USA) 2 6BQ5 Sylvania tubes (USA) ? one channel 2 6BQ5 European- made tubes ? 2nd channel ...Condition of graphics does not permit full identification of European tubes but both are identified with ?cross? seams on top. All tubes are old stock and came with this amp when pulled from console (radio and preamp were not ?rescue-able?). Curtis Mathes tube amplifiers are known for the best in quality high-end equipment made in the USA in Texas by folks who really cared about the product they were making. https://www.curtis-mathes.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=140192112 140192112 Curtis Mathes 6BQ5 Stereo Tube Amplifier, with great tube sound. Curtis Mathes tube amplifier from a console (possibly 1950?s or early 60?s but there is no ID Number therefore more research is needed). The American manufacturer Curtis Mathes was known for quality high-end equipment and this amp will not disappoint you. My Tube Tech thoroughly checked this amp and installed a power cord plus RCA connectors. Speaker outputs are also identified. As is, amp is in a ?Plug and Play? condition! Amp was gently brought up to full power on a Variac. Satellite Radio and CD player were used to verify operations. Output was undistorted, clear and enjoyable as only tubes can produce. I always liked the 6BQ5 console amp sound and was not disappointed with this one. Since Volume is externally controlled, a preamp with Volume Control is recommended (required for phono input). Chassis is rust free, very clean, and can be easily polished by the new owner. Very simple but efficient circuit (unmodified). This amp can easily customize by installing upgraded RCA connectors, inline fuse holder, pilot light, speakers connections, etc. Work to identify connections was done for you by my Tech (you can run all connections from bottom of chassis). Please note the robust power transformer and heat sinks/radiators. This transformer powered the console?s receiver and preamp. Now it powers only the amp therefore runs cool with power reserve. Tubes: 1 5U4GB Rectifier tube (Sylvania, USA) 1 12AX7 tube (USA) 2 6BQ5 Sylvania tubes (USA) ? one channel 2 6BQ5 European- made tubes ? 2nd channel ...Condition of graphics does not permit full identification of European tubes but both are identified with ?cross? seams on top. All tubes are old stock and came with this amp when pulled from console (radio and preamp were not ?rescue-able?). Curtis Mathes tube amplifiers are known for the best in quality high-end equipment made in the USA in Texas by folks who really cared about the product they were making. https://www.curtis-mathes.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=140192113 140192113 Curtis Mathes 6BQ5 Stereo Tube Amplifier, with great tube sound. Curtis Mathes tube amplifier from a console (possibly 1950?s or early 60?s but there is no ID Number therefore more research is needed). The American manufacturer Curtis Mathes was known for quality high-end equipment and this amp will not disappoint you. My Tube Tech thoroughly checked this amp and installed a power cord plus RCA connectors. Speaker outputs are also identified. As is, amp is in a ?Plug and Play? condition! Amp was gently brought up to full power on a Variac. Satellite Radio and CD player were used to verify operations. Output was undistorted, clear and enjoyable as only tubes can produce. I always liked the 6BQ5 console amp sound and was not disappointed with this one. Since Volume is externally controlled, a preamp with Volume Control is recommended (required for phono input). Chassis is rust free, very clean, and can be easily polished by the new owner. Very simple but efficient circuit (unmodified). This amp can easily customize by installing upgraded RCA connectors, inline fuse holder, pilot light, speakers connections, etc. Work to identify connections was done for you by my Tech (you can run all connections from bottom of chassis). Please note the robust power transformer and heat sinks/radiators. This transformer powered the console?s receiver and preamp. Now it powers only the amp therefore runs cool with power reserve. Tubes: 1 5U4GB Rectifier tube (Sylvania, USA) 1 12AX7 tube (USA) 2 6BQ5 Sylvania tubes (USA) ? one channel 2 6BQ5 European- made tubes ? 2nd channel ...Condition of graphics does not permit full identification of European tubes but both are identified with ?cross? seams on top. All tubes are old stock and came with this amp when pulled from console (radio and preamp were not ?rescue-able?). Curtis Mathes tube amplifiers are known for the best in quality high-end equipment made in the USA in Texas by folks who really cared about the product they were making. https://www.curtis-mathes.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=140192114 140192114 Curtis Mathes 6BQ5 Stereo Tube Amplifier, with great tube sound. Curtis Mathes tube amplifier from a console (possibly 1950?s or early 60?s but there is no ID Number therefore more research is needed). The American manufacturer Curtis Mathes was known for quality high-end equipment and this amp will not disappoint you. My Tube Tech thoroughly checked this amp and installed a power cord plus RCA connectors. Speaker outputs are also identified. As is, amp is in a ?Plug and Play? condition! Amp was gently brought up to full power on a Variac. Satellite Radio and CD player were used to verify operations. Output was undistorted, clear and enjoyable as only tubes can produce. I always liked the 6BQ5 console amp sound and was not disappointed with this one. Since Volume is externally controlled, a preamp with Volume Control is recommended (required for phono input). Chassis is rust free, very clean, and can be easily polished by the new owner. Very simple but efficient circuit (unmodified). This amp can easily customize by installing upgraded RCA connectors, inline fuse holder, pilot light, speakers connections, etc. Work to identify connections was done for you by my Tech (you can run all connections from bottom of chassis). Please note the robust power transformer and heat sinks/radiators. This transformer powered the console?s receiver and preamp. Now it powers only the amp therefore runs cool with power reserve. Tubes: 1 5U4GB Rectifier tube (Sylvania, USA) 1 12AX7 tube (USA) 2 6BQ5 Sylvania tubes (USA) ? one channel 2 6BQ5 European- made tubes ? 2nd channel ...Condition of graphics does not permit full identification of European tubes but both are identified with ?cross? seams on top. All tubes are old stock and came with this amp when pulled from console (radio and preamp were not ?rescue-able?). Curtis Mathes tube amplifiers are known for the best in quality high-end equipment made in the USA in Texas by folks who really cared about the product they were making. https://www.curtis-mathes.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=140192115 140192115 Curtis Mathes 6BQ5 Stereo Tube Amplifier, with great tube sound. Curtis Mathes tube amplifier from a console (possibly 1950?s or early 60?s but there is no ID Number therefore more research is needed). The American manufacturer Curtis Mathes was known for quality high-end equipment and this amp will not disappoint you. My Tube Tech thoroughly checked this amp and installed a power cord plus RCA connectors. Speaker outputs are also identified. As is, amp is in a ?Plug and Play? condition! Amp was gently brought up to full power on a Variac. Satellite Radio and CD player were used to verify operations. Output was undistorted, clear and enjoyable as only tubes can produce. I always liked the 6BQ5 console amp sound and was not disappointed with this one. Since Volume is externally controlled, a preamp with Volume Control is recommended (required for phono input). Chassis is rust free, very clean, and can be easily polished by the new owner. Very simple but efficient circuit (unmodified). This amp can easily customize by installing upgraded RCA connectors, inline fuse holder, pilot light, speakers connections, etc. Work to identify connections was done for you by my Tech (you can run all connections from bottom of chassis). Please note the robust power transformer and heat sinks/radiators. This transformer powered the console?s receiver and preamp. Now it powers only the amp therefore runs cool with power reserve. Tubes: 1 5U4GB Rectifier tube (Sylvania, USA) 1 12AX7 tube (USA) 2 6BQ5 Sylvania tubes (USA) ? one channel 2 6BQ5 European- made tubes ? 2nd channel ...Condition of graphics does not permit full identification of European tubes but both are identified with ?cross? seams on top. All tubes are old stock and came with this amp when pulled from console (radio and preamp were not ?rescue-able?). Curtis Mathes tube amplifiers are known for the best in quality high-end equipment made in the USA in Texas by folks who really cared about the product they were making. https://www.curtis-mathes.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=140192116 140192116 Curtis Mathes 6BQ5 Stereo Tube Amplifier, with great tube sound. Curtis Mathes tube amplifier from a console (possibly 1950?s or early 60?s but there is no ID Number therefore more research is needed). The American manufacturer Curtis Mathes was known for quality high-end equipment and this amp will not disappoint you. My Tube Tech thoroughly checked this amp and installed a power cord plus RCA connectors. Speaker outputs are also identified. As is, amp is in a ?Plug and Play? condition! Amp was gently brought up to full power on a Variac. Satellite Radio and CD player were used to verify operations. Output was undistorted, clear and enjoyable as only tubes can produce. I always liked the 6BQ5 console amp sound and was not disappointed with this one. Since Volume is externally controlled, a preamp with Volume Control is recommended (required for phono input). Chassis is rust free, very clean, and can be easily polished by the new owner. Very simple but efficient circuit (unmodified). This amp can easily customize by installing upgraded RCA connectors, inline fuse holder, pilot light, speakers connections, etc. Work to identify connections was done for you by my Tech (you can run all connections from bottom of chassis). Please note the robust power transformer and heat sinks/radiators. This transformer powered the console?s receiver and preamp. Now it powers only the amp therefore runs cool with power reserve. Tubes: 1 5U4GB Rectifier tube (Sylvania, USA) 1 12AX7 tube (USA) 2 6BQ5 Sylvania tubes (USA) ? one channel 2 6BQ5 European- made tubes ? 2nd channel ...Condition of graphics does not permit full identification of European tubes but both are identified with ?cross? seams on top. All tubes are old stock and came with this amp when pulled from console (radio and preamp were not ?rescue-able?). Curtis Mathes tube amplifiers are known for the best in quality high-end equipment made in the USA in Texas by folks who really cared about the product they were making. https://www.curtis-mathes.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=140192117 140192117 Curtis Mathes 6BQ5 Stereo Tube Amplifier, with great tube sound. Curtis Mathes tube amplifier from a console (possibly 1950?s or early 60?s but there is no ID Number therefore more research is needed). The American manufacturer Curtis Mathes was known for quality high-end equipment and this amp will not disappoint you. My Tube Tech thoroughly checked this amp and installed a power cord plus RCA connectors. Speaker outputs are also identified. As is, amp is in a ?Plug and Play? condition! Amp was gently brought up to full power on a Variac. Satellite Radio and CD player were used to verify operations. Output was undistorted, clear and enjoyable as only tubes can produce. I always liked the 6BQ5 console amp sound and was not disappointed with this one. Since Volume is externally controlled, a preamp with Volume Control is recommended (required for phono input). Chassis is rust free, very clean, and can be easily polished by the new owner. Very simple but efficient circuit (unmodified). This amp can easily customize by installing upgraded RCA connectors, inline fuse holder, pilot light, speakers connections, etc. Work to identify connections was done for you by my Tech (you can run all connections from bottom of chassis). Please note the robust power transformer and heat sinks/radiators. This transformer powered the console?s receiver and preamp. Now it powers only the amp therefore runs cool with power reserve. Tubes: 1 5U4GB Rectifier tube (Sylvania, USA) 1 12AX7 tube (USA) 2 6BQ5 Sylvania tubes (USA) ? one channel 2 6BQ5 European- made tubes ? 2nd channel ...Condition of graphics does not permit full identification of European tubes but both are identified with ?cross? seams on top. All tubes are old stock and came with this amp when pulled from console (radio and preamp were not ?rescue-able?). Curtis Mathes tube amplifiers are known for the best in quality high-end equipment made in the USA in Texas by folks who really cared about the product they were making. https://www.curtis-mathes.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=140192118 140192118 Curtis Mathes 6BQ5 Stereo Tube Amplifier, with great tube sound. Curtis Mathes tube amplifier from a console (possibly 1950?s or early 60?s but there is no ID Number therefore more research is needed). The American manufacturer Curtis Mathes was known for quality high-end equipment and this amp will not disappoint you. My Tube Tech thoroughly checked this amp and installed a power cord plus RCA connectors. Speaker outputs are also identified. As is, amp is in a ?Plug and Play? condition! Amp was gently brought up to full power on a Variac. Satellite Radio and CD player were used to verify operations. Output was undistorted, clear and enjoyable as only tubes can produce. I always liked the 6BQ5 console amp sound and was not disappointed with this one. Since Volume is externally controlled, a preamp with Volume Control is recommended (required for phono input). Chassis is rust free, very clean, and can be easily polished by the new owner. Very simple but efficient circuit (unmodified). This amp can easily customize by installing upgraded RCA connectors, inline fuse holder, pilot light, speakers connections, etc. Work to identify connections was done for you by my Tech (you can run all connections from bottom of chassis). Please note the robust power transformer and heat sinks/radiators. This transformer powered the console?s receiver and preamp. Now it powers only the amp therefore runs cool with power reserve. Tubes: 1 5U4GB Rectifier tube (Sylvania, USA) 1 12AX7 tube (USA) 2 6BQ5 Sylvania tubes (USA) ? one channel 2 6BQ5 European- made tubes ? 2nd channel ...Condition of graphics does not permit full identification of European tubes but both are identified with ?cross? seams on top. All tubes are old stock and came with this amp when pulled from console (radio and preamp were not ?rescue-able?). Curtis Mathes tube amplifiers are known for the best in quality high-end equipment made in the USA in Texas by folks who really cared about the product they were making. https://www.curtis-mathes.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=140192119 140192119 Here is another rare and unusual "Curtis Mathes" tube amplifier. A rare and unusual "Curtis Mathes" tube amplifier. This amplifier came out of a GIGANTIC console stereo system with 6 speakers. Curtis Mathes was a very interesting company, and produced some phenomenal and beautiful high-quality HiFi and television sets. They used to advertise that their television sets were ?The most expensive television sets in America, and darn-well worth it?! They were truly a real American success story for many years. Tube-type amplifiers made by Curtis Mathes seldom show up since they did not mass produce their electronic products in the large amounts made by the major producers of electronics at that time (for example, RCA, Zenith, etc.) Thus, Curtis Mathes amplifiers are quite rare. https://www.curtis-mathes.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=167426621 167426621 Here is another rare and unusual "Curtis Mathes" tube amplifier. A rare and unusual "Curtis Mathes" tube amplifier. This amplifier came out of a GIGANTIC console stereo system with 6 speakers. Curtis Mathes was a very interesting company, and produced some phenomenal and beautiful high-quality HiFi and television sets. They used to advertise that their television sets were ?The most expensive television sets in America, and darn-well worth it?! They were truly a real American success story for many years. Tube-type amplifiers made by Curtis Mathes seldom show up since they did not mass produce their electronic products in the large amounts made by the major producers of electronics at that time (for example, RCA, Zenith, etc.) Thus, Curtis Mathes amplifiers are quite rare. https://www.curtis-mathes.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=167426622 167426622 Here is another rare and unusual "Curtis Mathes" tube amplifier. A rare and unusual "Curtis Mathes" tube amplifier. This amplifier came out of a GIGANTIC console stereo system with 6 speakers. Curtis Mathes was a very interesting company, and produced some phenomenal and beautiful high-quality HiFi and television sets. They used to advertise that their television sets were ?The most expensive television sets in America, and darn-well worth it?! They were truly a real American success story for many years. Tube-type amplifiers made by Curtis Mathes seldom show up since they did not mass produce their electronic products in the large amounts made by the major producers of electronics at that time (for example, RCA, Zenith, etc.) Thus, Curtis Mathes amplifiers are quite rare. https://www.curtis-mathes.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=167426623 167426623 Here is another rare and unusual "Curtis Mathes" tube amplifier. A rare and unusual "Curtis Mathes" tube amplifier. This amplifier came out of a GIGANTIC console stereo system with 6 speakers. Curtis Mathes was a very interesting company, and produced some phenomenal and beautiful high-quality HiFi and television sets. They used to advertise that their television sets were ?The most expensive television sets in America, and darn-well worth it?! They were truly a real American success story for many years. Tube-type amplifiers made by Curtis Mathes seldom show up since they did not mass produce their electronic products in the large amounts made by the major producers of electronics at that time (for example, RCA, Zenith, etc.) Thus, Curtis Mathes amplifiers are quite rare. https://www.curtis-mathes.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=167426624 167426624 Here is another rare and unusual "Curtis Mathes" tube amplifier. A rare and unusual "Curtis Mathes" tube amplifier. This amplifier came out of a GIGANTIC console stereo system with 6 speakers. Curtis Mathes was a very interesting company, and produced some phenomenal and beautiful high-quality HiFi and television sets. They used to advertise that their television sets were ?The most expensive television sets in America, and darn-well worth it?! They were truly a real American success story for many years. Tube-type amplifiers made by Curtis Mathes seldom show up since they did not mass produce their electronic products in the large amounts made by the major producers of electronics at that time (for example, RCA, Zenith, etc.) Thus, Curtis Mathes amplifiers are quite rare. https://www.curtis-mathes.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=167426625 167426625 Here is another rare and unusual "Curtis Mathes" tube amplifier. A rare and unusual "Curtis Mathes" tube amplifier. This amplifier came out of a GIGANTIC console stereo system with 6 speakers. Curtis Mathes was a very interesting company, and produced some phenomenal and beautiful high-quality HiFi and television sets. They used to advertise that their television sets were ?The most expensive television sets in America, and darn-well worth it?! They were truly a real American success story for many years. Tube-type amplifiers made by Curtis Mathes seldom show up since they did not mass produce their electronic products in the large amounts made by the major producers of electronics at that time (for example, RCA, Zenith, etc.) Thus, Curtis Mathes amplifiers are quite rare. https://www.curtis-mathes.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=167426626 167426626 Here is another rare and unusual "Curtis Mathes" tube amplifier. A rare and unusual "Curtis Mathes" tube amplifier. This amplifier came out of a GIGANTIC console stereo system with 6 speakers. Curtis Mathes was a very interesting company, and produced some phenomenal and beautiful high-quality HiFi and television sets. They used to advertise that their television sets were ?The most expensive television sets in America, and darn-well worth it?! They were truly a real American success story for many years. Tube-type amplifiers made by Curtis Mathes seldom show up since they did not mass produce their electronic products in the large amounts made by the major producers of electronics at that time (for example, RCA, Zenith, etc.) Thus, Curtis Mathes amplifiers are quite rare. https://www.curtis-mathes.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=167426905 167426905 Here is another rare and unusual "Curtis Mathes" tube amplifier. A rare and unusual "Curtis Mathes" tube amplifier. This amplifier came out of a GIGANTIC console stereo system with 6 speakers. Curtis Mathes was a very interesting company, and produced some phenomenal and beautiful high-quality HiFi and television sets. They used to advertise that their television sets were ?The most expensive television sets in America, and darn-well worth it?! They were truly a real American success story for many years. Tube-type amplifiers made by Curtis Mathes seldom show up since they did not mass produce their electronic products in the large amounts made by the major producers of electronics at that time (for example, RCA, Zenith, etc.) Thus, Curtis Mathes amplifiers are quite rare. https://www.curtis-mathes.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=167426906 167426906 Here is another rare and unusual "Curtis Mathes" tube amplifier. A rare and unusual "Curtis Mathes" tube amplifier. This amplifier came out of a GIGANTIC console stereo system with 6 speakers. Curtis Mathes was a very interesting company, and produced some phenomenal and beautiful high-quality HiFi and television sets. They used to advertise that their television sets were ?The most expensive television sets in America, and darn-well worth it?! They were truly a real American success story for many years. Tube-type amplifiers made by Curtis Mathes seldom show up since they did not mass produce their electronic products in the large amounts made by the major producers of electronics at that time (for example, RCA, Zenith, etc.) Thus, Curtis Mathes amplifiers are quite rare. https://www.curtis-mathes.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=167427007 167427007 Here is another rare and unusual "Curtis Mathes" tube amplifier. A rare and unusual "Curtis Mathes" tube amplifier. This amplifier came out of a GIGANTIC console stereo system with 6 speakers. Curtis Mathes was a very interesting company, and produced some phenomenal and beautiful high-quality HiFi and television sets. They used to advertise that their television sets were ?The most expensive television sets in America, and darn-well worth it?! They were truly a real American success story for many years. Tube-type amplifiers made by Curtis Mathes seldom show up since they did not mass produce their electronic products in the large amounts made by the major producers of electronics at that time (for example, RCA, Zenith, etc.) Thus, Curtis Mathes amplifiers are quite rare. https://www.curtis-mathes.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=167427082 167427082 Here is another rare and unusual "Curtis Mathes" tube amplifier. A rare and unusual "Curtis Mathes" tube amplifier. This amplifier came out of a GIGANTIC console stereo system with 6 speakers. Curtis Mathes was a very interesting company, and produced some phenomenal and beautiful high-quality HiFi and television sets. They used to advertise that their television sets were ?The most expensive television sets in America, and darn-well worth it?! They were truly a real American success story for many years. Tube-type amplifiers made by Curtis Mathes seldom show up since they did not mass produce their electronic products in the large amounts made by the major producers of electronics at that time (for example, RCA, Zenith, etc.) Thus, Curtis Mathes amplifiers are quite rare. https://www.curtis-mathes.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=167427083 167427083