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KLH Research and Development Corporation 

KLH is an audio company founded in 1957 as KLH Research and Development Corporation in Cambridge,KLH Logo Massachusetts, United States, by Henry Kloss, Malcolm S. Low, and J. Anton Hoffman originally to produce loudspeakers. KLH had sales of $17 million, employed over 500 people and sold over 30,000 speakers a year before it was sold to Singer Corp in 1964. Later it was bought by Electro Audio Dynamics Inc. and moved to California in 1980.

KLH was then acquired by Kyocera Ltd, a Japanese conglomerate, and production was shifted overseas. KLH Model 40 tape recorder photo  in the Reel2ReelTexas.com vintage recording collectionKyocera decided to stop manufacturing audio products in 1989, and sought a buyer for the KLH brand. The company is now known as KLH Audio Systems located in Santa Ynez, California. Formerly known as Wald Sound and Verit Industries.

 

 

 

 

  KLH Model 41 reel to reel tape recorder photo in the Reel2ReelTexas.com vintage recording collection

KLH model 40 and Model 41 tape recorders

  Review of the KLH Model 41 reel to reel tape recorder photo in the Reel2ReelTexas.com vintage recording collection Review of the KLH Model 41 reel to reel tape recorder photo in the Reel2ReelTexas.com vintage recording collection

 

Please help us create a permanent museum for this collection

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Go to: • 3MAEG/MagnetophonAkaiAmplifier CorpAmpexAmproBang & OlufsenBellBell & HowellBell LabsBerlant ConcertoneBeyerdynamicBrüel & KjærBrenellBrushCetec GaussCraigCrown • DokorderEdisonEicoElectro VoiceEMI/GramophoneFerrographFostexGrundigHeathKitKLHLeevers RichLyrecMagnecordMarantzMCIMitsubishiNagraNakamichiNeumannNewcombNeveOkiOtariPentronPhilipsPioneerPrestoRangertoneRobertsRolaSansuiScullyShureSolid State LogicSonySoundcraftSpectoneStancil HoffmanStellavoxStephensStuder ReVoxTandbergTape-AthonTapesonicTeac/TascamTechnicsTelefunkenTolnai ToshibaUher VikingWebster Chicago/WebcorWebster ElectricWilcox-GayWollensak

 

 
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