Released in 1962, the Braun SK 6 Stereo is known as an iconic piece of audio history and a masterpiece of German design. This stereo set was designed by renowned industrial designer Dieter Rams and reflects the timeless aesthetics and functionality typical of Bauhaus design.
The Braun SK 6 Stereo is characterized by its minimalist, sleek lines and the use of high-quality materials. The housing, made of wood and aluminum, exudes durability and class. The central element of the design is the clear plexiglass cover that covers the turntable, creating a visual transparency and revealing the internal workings of the device.
The Braun SK 6 Stereo is not only a functional audio station, but also a decorative work of art. It has stood the test of time and remains a sought-after collector's item for enthusiasts of vintage audio equipment and design.
The SK6 is an absolute beauty and design classic that you will find in the MOMA and other museums.
The stereo is no less than 60 years old and has acquired a patina due to age. The stereo is in original condition and plays well. Of course this is the sound of the 60s.