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Altec Lansing Electronics
Altec Lansing Electronics. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! Founded in 1937, the company originally serviced theater sound systems, then quickly expanded into manufacturing horn loudspeakers. The Altec Service Company purchased the nearly bankrupt Lansing Manufacturing Company and melded the two names, forming the Altec Lansing Corporation on May 1, 1941. James Bullough Lansing worked for the corporation, then in 1946 he left to found the James B. Lansing Company (JBL), another manufacturer of high-quality professional loudspeakers. The corporation also produced very large custom loudspeakers for Bill Hanley to use at the Woodstock Festival in 1969. They produced professional audio products until 1995, when Telex Communications, who had purchased Altec Lansing's parent company, EVI Audio, Inc., in 1997, consolidated all of their electronics manufacturing facilities into one location in Minnesota. In 1984, Gulton purchased the brand. The brand was bought in the mid-1990s by Telex Communications who held it until 2000 when it was bought by Sparkomatic. Enjoy these vintage ads for Altec Lansing Electronics while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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