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Definition: McIntosh

(1) A variety of apples from which Apple Computer named its first GUI-based computer. See Macintosh and Mac computer.

(2) (McIntosh Laboratory, Inc., Binghamton, NY) McIntosh Labs is a maker of very high-end hi-fi equipment. Founded in 1949 by Frank McIntosh, after more than 70 years in business, McIntosh gear is coveted by audiophiles worldwide. See A/V receiver.

A McIntosh A/V Receiver
Any enthusiast would love this A/V receiver from McIntosh Labs in a home theater environment. Among its many features are 12 HDMI ports and audio outputs for a 15-speaker plus subwoofer surround sound system. (Image courtesy of McIntosh Laboratory, Inc., www.mcintoshlabs.com)