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Sound Communication ➔ Record Player, 'sylvania'

Identifier:
1994.70.2
Description:
Self-contained stereo record changer and two speakers in one portable case. Components close up into case with handle on top so whole case can be transported. Turn table folds down from one side of case; speakers detach from other. Turn table has platter, tone arm, changer arm and speed selector. There are three black plastic switches and four dials across top. Speakers connect to unity through separate wires.;Shows the next step in audio equipment technology from what is already in collection. One of the first units for home use to have stereo and record speed capabilities. We have many audio units, starting with Edison's and going through the 1950's. There are no units with stereo.;'Sylvania'. Across front of unit/on bottom of unit.;Donor used system while teenager growing up in Grand Rapids.;Donor used system while teenager growing up in Grand Rapids.;1) 'EXPONENT 4/40'. Inside turn table section, plastic label attached to back wall. |
Date:
1960 – 1970
Materials:
Wood, Metal, Plastic
Dimensions:
18" h 18 | 18" w 16 | 12" d; 18" h
Current Location Status:
On Exhibit
Source:
Gift Of Linda Fletcher
Exhibit/Program
Amway: 50 Years of Helping People Live Better Lives ()
Makers/Donors
Sylvania

Garrard

Fletcher, Linda