Doug Graham, Auctioneer # AU005976
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Category: ELECTRONICS (4 records) AYP Today Warehouse Sale 25 - Closed - The bidding starts on 4/22/2019 @ 6:00pm EST and Items begin to close 4/29/2019 at 7pm

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Vintage Strongberg-Carlson Sonnet Tube Radio model 1101 Chassis No.112001. Originally founded in 1894 to manufacture telephones, the Stromberg-Carlson Company also produced radio components, and began selling their own complete sets during the early 1920s. By that time, the radio craze had fully absorbed the American public. The 1930s represented boom years for Stromberg-Carlson radio development, as it introduced new modifications like automatic volume control, improved amplifying methods, and an early push-button tuning mechanism. Ads from the late '30s emphasize other innovations, like the unique Stromberg-Carlson “acoustical labyrinth,” a complex baffle design which improved sound quality by guiding audio waves through a series of interlocking chambers.
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Stereophonic Recorder 722 and 168 Stereo Twin by The Voice of Music, it is a reel to reel stereo player and recorder. Voice of Music Corporation was founded in June 1944 by Walter Miller in Benton Harbor, Michigan. The company originally manufactured only 78 rpm record changers and labeled them simply as "A Voice of Music Product". The brand name "Voice of Music" was suggested by an engineer and first used in 1952.
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Two Criterion speakers they are housed in wooden frames and they are the Lafayette Criterion 38 three way speaker system 21-05500HW. They measured 12" x 9" x 21" high. Pairs with items 53.
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Lafayette Stereo AM/FM Receiver LR-310R made by Lafayette Radio Electronics Corp. and there is also a Multiple Play Manual Turntable with 33 and 45 Speed Belt Drive. It is model 920 and it comes with the cords and wires as seen in pictures. Pairs with item 51.
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