McIntosh Laboratory has partnered with John Varvatos to bring its audio gear to the 9th Annual Stuart House Benefit.
This year is the second year of McIntosh’s involvement in the program, which raises awareness and funding for the special needs of sexually abused children. The company has donated its Manhattan collection, the standalone tabletop music system, for an online auction. It can be bid on via charitybuzz.com/johnvarvatos beginning March 2 through the 20.
“McIntosh is honored to partner with John Varvatos for the last several years, and we are delighted to provide our Manhattan Collection for such a vital benefit,” said McIntosh president, Charlie Randall. “The Stuart House provides support services for children and families in time of great need, and McIntosh is proud to do our part in helping them continue such deserving work.”
The McIntosh Manhattan system features a CD/SACD/MP3 player, 75-watts per channel amplifier and speakers.