Page 1 (12 photos) - University Sound
and Altec Facilities, Yankee Stadium with Archbishop Francis Cardinal Spellman
Page 2 (8 photos) - Test Equipment, Recording and
Disk mastering, misc.
Page 3 (12 photos) - Manufacturing and Test
facilities, Military applications
Page 4 (1 photo) - Other Uses
Page 5 (17 photos) - Old Equipment Photos
* Captions followed with a t.u. were provided by Ted Uzzle, formerly of Altec
currently Professor of Acoustics at Columbia College.
We are looking for comments and additional information on these photos as well as other
photos to add to the gallery. Please email comments, copies of photos, etc.
to Wayne Lee at Email.
Relevant Altec Lansing Links
http://greatplainsaudio.com - Some people I used to work with in
OKC. Bought all the existing tooling and still manufacturers and repairs
some of the old classics.
http://alteclansingunofficial.nlenet.net - the unofficial site.
http://www.voiceofthetheatre.com - Great scans of old product literature.
Check out the Reference Library
http://www.audioheritage.org - JBL History site, arghh!! Lot's of great
Altec history. After all the Lansing in Altec Lansing came from James B.
http://www.altecmm.com - Altec Lansing Consumer Products
http://www.altecpro.com - Altec Lansing Professional Products
http://www.wardsweb.org/audio/Altec/Altec.html - Photos of many, many products
http://cinemag.biz/cork_board/corkboard_history.html - 1940's photos
http://audiotools.com/ - interesting audio history site,
especially like the defunct mfrs listings; some painful memories.
http://www.cinemag.biz/electrodyne/electrodyne_part_1.html - Article
on same site about "The History of Electrodyne, Quad-Eight and
Sphere" and a lot of other west coast audio people, mfrs, companies
and generally cool stuff that I thought you might enjoy and maybe recognize.