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Vintage and Classic Radios, Record Players, phonograph, gramophone,
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Vintage and Classic Radios, Record Players, phonograph, gramophone, Hi Fidelity, Vintage Stereos and more for sale.  Antique, Vintage and Classic Audio Information and History.
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Vintage and Classic Radios, Record Players, phonograph, gramophone, Hi Fidelity, Vintage Stereos and more for sale.  Antique, Vintage and Classic Audio Information and History
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  Vintage Audio is made up of antique or old classic radios, record players, phonograph, gramophone, Hi fidelity and stereos, vinyl records and more. Antique radios are at least 50 years old or made before World War II. These old radios usually contain vacuum tubes and transistors. In the 1930's the console radio was the center place of most households similar to the TV today and cost a whopping $700.00 in that day. A lot of console radios were made by Radio Bar, RCA, General Electric, Philco, Montgomery, Wards Airline, Westinghouse and more. The more expensive radios were made byAtwater Kent, Scott, Zenith and similar.

High Fidelity (Hi-fi) means that the sounds and or images are real close to the original master recording. Hi fi equipment minimized the noise and distortion found on less expensive equipment.

The phonograph or gramophone is another name for the record player. The record player was used for playing recorded sound from the 1870s to the 1980s. Now the vinyl record and player is making a comeback and can be found in many stores. To record sound on a vinyl record, grooves are made on a disc. When the disc or record is spun, a needle traces the grooves and the recorded sound is reproduced. In 1877 Thomas Edison was the first one to invent the phonograph. (Record player)

On this page you will find Vintage Audio for sale. Vinyl records and record players, vintage stereo equipment, antique radios, Hi Fidelity and much more.

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