The F1 Grand Prix Weekend is one of the most anticipated weekends in Austin not only for the races but for all the unique events and night life that takes place. After our success with Sting at the 2013 Grand Prix Weekend, we returned again in 2014 to provide more amazing experiences.
McIntosh participated in the 2014 Monterey Car Week, held in conjunction with the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. This year we partnered with Aston Martin by powering the estate where they showed off all their latest models. The three day event was capped by an intimate performance by Grammy nominated artist Alice Smith.
Our 2nd Vinyl Experience was held in New York City at the CORE Club with an evening of music curated by Ryan Adams and Norah Jones and moderated by Chuck Klosterman.
This big, all-American design brings out the best sound from any pair of headphones.
As a testament to the durability and value of McIntosh, you can now trade in select products manufactured as far back as the 1970s towards the purchase of a new model.
Mogwai discusses their experience with acquiring production equipment and the trial and error behind the recording process that creates their sound.
Go Behind The Sound with Chromeo's Dave-1 and P-Thugg to hear how their vintage equipment creates their electro-funk inspired sound.
Go behind the sound with LA based indie rock band Local Natives and get a glimpse into how high quality audio affects the nuances of sound blending, harmonizing and overall production.
Go behind the sound with alternative hip hop group Deltron 3030 and get their take on searching for a unique sound with custom and vintage equipment vs. modern day technology.
Get an inside look at the exclusive 2014 Heartbreaker Banquet presented by Electric Lady Studios and Robot Fondue.
Ernest Greene of Washed Out talks about his influences, making his first album and how his recording process has evolved so that regardless of playback system, he wants to make sure "the song works."
In this episode of Behind The Sound, Mayer Hawthorne talks about his recording process and the importance of using the right equipment to reproduce his studio sound on stage.
Much like McIntosh, learn how Bone Thugs-N-Harmony defined a movement in sound in this installment of Behind The Sound shot live at The Theater of the Living Arts in Philadelphia, PA.
In this installment of Behind The Sound, learn how White Denim had a life altering experience when listening to their album on a "serious, real 3-dimensional sounding hi-fi system."
McIntosh Music is a free
24/7 audio stream dedicated to bringing you the best music from across genres
and spanning the decades - all in a classic McIntosh interface. It's available to
enjoy on a computer or as a standalone app for Apple or Android devices.
McIntosh was once again the Official Audio Experience of the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance.
McIntosh powered the VIP Lounge at the 2014 Heartbreaker Banquet presented by Electric Lady Studios and Robot Fondue. Held once again at Willie Nelson's private "Luck, TX" ranch near Austin, TX, the Heartbreaker is a dynamic, day-long event held during SXSW that combines the best in Americana rock and indie-folk music...
Personal audio website Audio360.org got their hands on our D100 Digital Preamp to put it through its paces from a headphone user's point of view. Hoping it would live up to McIntosh's long and illustrious reputation of performance, reliability and product longevity, instead they found that "it achieved far more than that." Calling the D100 stunning...
See the incredible experience at the first McIntosh BLUE event: The Ultimate Performance Weekend with STING at Austin City Limits. This one-of-a-kind McIntosh BLUE experience included an exclusive "Meet and Greet" with legendary STING, VIP pre and after parties, personal equipment demos, and the thrill of three days of F1 racing at Circuit of the Americas.
The McIntosh MT5 turntable listening event was held at New York City's historic Electric Lady Studios with an evening of music played on the new MT5 turntable accompanied by discussion from the playlist's curators Questlove and John Varvatos.
Located at New World Shopping Mall in Beijing, China.
DESPACIO is a one-of-a-kind sound system and music listening experience, possibly the most groundbreaking of this millennium.
In this installment of Behind The Sound, get a glimpse of what goes into making the McIntosh McAire Integrated Audio System with an overview of the production process from Charlie Randall, President of McIntosh Labs.
Learn how Grammy® nominated producer Ryan Hadlock has used a vintage McIntosh MC240 tube amplifier to record hits from the Lumineers, James Brown, Eric Clapton, and the Foo Fighters among others.
Watch our recap of the 2013 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance with a soundtrack from our friends The Attic Ends.
The high50 Club made its US debut with a vinyl listening event featuring Lou Reed's Transformer at the SoHo House in New York City. McIntosh powered the event with a complete MT10 Turntable based system.
A brief look at the new McIntosh McAire Integrated Audio System with a
one-on-one interview with the President of McIntosh Labs, Charlie
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CBS This Morning ran an indepth story on the history of McIntosh, our committment to being 'Made in the U.S.A.' and our new McAire - dubbed by Rolling Stone as the 'wi-fi stereo of the Gods.'
McIntosh Laboratory, Inc. is pleased to announce the opening of a flagship AV Galleria store in Shanghai, China.
Watch Les talk on his introduction to McIntosh and how he put together a "great amplifier with a great guitar" to get his sound.
A behind the scenes look inside the McIntosh factory in Binghamton, NY. Get to know the heritage behind the McIntosh brand as well as how the gear is made and the people who make it.
Watch this video to learn
how McIntosh and a nearly overweight helicopter helped save a 1973
Grateful Dead concert at Watkins Glen Raceway that had unexpectedly
grown to over 600,000 attendees.
Former 'Dead' drummer, Mickey Hart, took part in the exclusive McIntosh reception for the "Grateful Dead: The Long, Strange Trip" exhibition April 11th at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. (L-R) Ellis Reid, McIntosh’s Integrated Marketing Manager; Howard Kramer, Curatorial Director of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame; McIntosh President Charlie Randall; Mickey Hart and Terry Stewart, President and CEO of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. (Photo by Laura Blake)
McIntosh Laboratory donated heart-pounding music to a heart-warming cause again this year by bringing its iconic audio gear to the 9th Annual Stuart House Benefit. This year is the second year of McIntosh’s involvement with the program which raises awareness and funding for the special needs of sexually abused children. The company donated its MANHATTAN collection, the critically-acclaimed standalone tabletop music system, for an online auction. Dave Matthews performed at the event as well.
McIntosh brought its luxurious listening experience to the Ritz-Carlton Amelia Island in conjunction with the annual Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance vintage motor car show, where attendees had the opportunity to enjoy a McIntosh listening experience on Friday, March 9 and Saturday, March 10.
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McIntosh presented iconic entertainment lawyer John Branca & Rostrum Records founder Benjy Grinberg with MANHATTAN Collection Audio Systems at Primary Wave Music's Second Annual "Manager's Brunch."
Home Theater salutes McIntosh's two new Experience Centers in its January issue!
The McIntosh 50th Anniversary MC275 Tube Amplifier was featured in the November issue of Luxury Insider. View the page here.
The team at Wired apparently has good taste. The MCLK12 Mantle Clock made their 2011 Wish List.
McIntosh unveiled its first East Coast “Experience Center” at IQ Home Entertainment in Fairfax, VA. Guests were welcomed by a 2012 Rolls Royce Ghost before immersing themselves in the amazing sound quality of the Soho and Westchester systems. Nashville pop-rock band “States” concluded the evening with an acoustic performance of songs from their album “Room to Run” for a crowd of fans.
McIntosh opened one of its first exclusive “Experience Centers” at Century Stereo to 150 guests from the San Jose area. Guests were enthralled by the Westchester home theater
and Soho audio performances, and enjoyed listening to Primary Wave and EMI Rock sensation Taddy Porter play an acoustic selection of songs from their album.
McIntosh launched the 50th Anniversary Limited Edition MC275 tube power amplifier
at the lavish Savant Experience Center in New York City. Guests enjoyed three unique McIntosh listening experiences, each paired with fine Moet Hennessey champagne and spirits.
(Above, from left) Moet & Chandon Brand Director, Arnaud Dalibot; McIntosh VP of Global Sales and Marketing, Linda Passaro; Moet & Chandon Consumer Development Manager, Franck Girard; McIntosh President, Charlie Randall.
Dubbed a “Curation of Music” listening experience, legendary Grammy Award-winning producer and respected author Tony Visconti, kept the packed house of more than 100 guests spellbound with his great stories about working with artists like David Bowie in London, as well as The Moody Blues, T.Rex and Thin Lizzy – all while playing vinyl tracks selected from his personal collection.
McIntosh created a luxurious world-class “listening experience” at RM Auctions’ vintage automobile event at Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance and Monterey Auto Week.
Lady Gaga wasn't the only one honored during the 2011 Grammy weekend. McIntosh Laboratory honored her longtime manager Troy Carter and Lyor Cohen, CEO Warner Music Group at Primary Wave's First Annual Managers' Brunch during Grammy Weekend.
After hearing a demo of McIntosh gear at the McIntosh Luxury Listening Event in October, ABC's TECH THIS OUT! host Dan Sieberg featured McIntosh on his popular tech show.
Lifestyle and trade journalists enjoyed a "first look" at the new McIntosh iPhone/iPad application and soon-to-come gear.
McIntosh debuted the new luxury lifestyle brand positioning and Collections to over 50 luxury press at the Savant Experience Center in NYC on October 7th, 2010.
First class American Airlines passengers were able to read about the Manhattan Collection (MXA60 Integrated Audio System) in its Winter 2010 issue.
Robb Report.com's comprehensive holiday guide, 50 High-Tech Treats for the Holiday Season, prominently featured six McIntosh products in December.
The January/February 2011 issue of Guitar Aficionado sums up the Manhattan Collection, MXA60, beautifully: "What does all this mean once you place the MXA60 on a table or shelf in your listening room?...pure audio nirvana..."
McIntosh, along with local dealer Behrens Audio Video, created a "luxury music listening experience” at Florida’s Amelia Island Ritz-Carlton for the Concours d'Elegance and RM Auctions’ vintage motor car event.
(L-R): Marc Lamb, McIntosh Sales Director; Jaime Wood, Perpetual Marketing; Bill Behrens, Behrens Audio Video; Linda Passaro, McIntosh Global VP of Sales & Marketing; Steve Brakke; Behrens Audio Video; Shawn O'Connell, Perpetual Marketing.
In honor of National Autism Awareness Month, McIntosh hosted a special in-studio vinyl listening experience on the McIntosh Soho I Collection of the soon-to-be released Wretches & Jabberers Original Motion Picture Soundtrack benefitting Autism Society of America.