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  1. Thank you for the fast comment. Somehow I have never seen a reference to it anywhere (although I have asked online). I do remember seeing it mentioned in the AR History pages I have read. But I do not recall reading any first-hand remembrance of it from anyone. The room had the 3a, 2ax, 4x, 5, and 6 models, along with the AR Amplifier, Tuner, and Xa Turntable. I believer the Receiver was there also (the Model R, as it was formally known). Ironically, my first system ended up being the AR Receiver, the AR Xa Turntable (with a trusty Shure V15 type 2 cartridge), and a pair of Dynaco A25 speakers. I had that system for many years and loved it. (I also had those green Superex Pro-B V headphones.)
  2. Here is a photo of the AR Demonstration Room in Grand Central Station in New York around 1970. It was there for years with various AR speakers and electronics and the turntable. It was only for demonstrations, not for sales. It was permanent for a few years in the late 1960s/early 1970s. Does anyone remember this? (This was a frame from a youtube video at 2:33 by Trainluvr called 1969 plan photos about NYC.)
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