Comics in modern magazines are a rather rare phenomenon for some reason, but they were fairly regular features up until a couple decades ago. This set of comics from the July 1963 edition of Popular Electronics deals with high fidelity (Hi-Fi) stereo equipment, which was considered somewhat exotic and high-end for many people's budgets in the day. Inexplicably (not), that is about the time that increases in hearing losses were first being noticed in audiograms.
July 1963 Popular Electronics
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A Few Winning Words on Hi-Fi
From Bob Tupper
I guess I started collecting records the day I first noticed covers on some of the albums.
No thank you - I'm just listening around.
It's one of those Make-It-Yourself records from your mother.
Could it be a tube?