Catalog contains photos and specs for the Bozak Rhapsody, Tempo II (Tempo 2), and Sonora speaker units.
Bozak is another important chapter in Connecticut audio history. The famous manufacturer of legendarily large home hi-fi speakers was based in Connecticut for the entirety of their 30-year heyday. Pennsylvania native Rudy Bozak set up shop in Stamford in 1951, later moving to South Norwalk and Darien, with operations in several other towns. Wikipedia has an excellent and thorough treatment of Bozak, the man, his myriad technical innovations, and the long history of the company. No need to re-tread those waters; I will add this though: growing up in Connecticut, enormous 225-lb Bozak Concert Grand loudspeakers were a memorable site in the homes of some of my friends; a room-dominating testament to the intensity of a largely lost culture of audiophiles.