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Musitron Co., "The", Chicago, ILL.

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Name: Musitron Co., "The", Chicago, ILL.    (USA)  
Abbreviation: musitron
Products: Model types

The Musitron Co., 223 W. Erie Street, Chicago, ILL.

The Musitron Co., 223 W. Erie Street, Chicago, ILL. Musitron is mentioned in SAMS Photofact folder 473-21 (= set 13) of February 1947 for an AC operated portable phonograph with 3-tube amplifier and speaker.

Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  46 Phonograph "Piccolo" 103   Model 103, the "Piccolo" hand-wound portable phonograph, featuring a self-contained 3-tube... 
USA  46/47 SRC-4   Plywood construction covered with simulated alligator skin leather "luggage" style. 
USA  47 107 portable Phonograph   Crank phono. Cabinet covered with pyroxylin-coated airplane tweed leatherette in ei... 
USA  47 Phonograph Model 202   Model 202 table style record player with 2-tube amplifier, playing 10 " and 12" records. N... 
USA  46 TD-16   Dual speed turntable, operating 33 1/3 and 78 r.p.m.; plays 16" transcriptions. Fo... 
USA  46 DS-3 unknown_Tube  Unit 10 Watt Amplifier, dual speed Motor, dyn. Mike for P.A. use. 
USA  46 Piccolo 102   Hand wound acoustical model. Sturdy, tru-tone, instrument that gives superior value to tho... 
USA  46 PT-10 portable Phonograph   10 Watt Push-Pull A.C. Amplifier 8 inch, 20 oz., pm., detachable speaker. 
USA  46/47 SRC-2   Sturdy constructed case, covered with simulated alligator leather. 
USA  47 202 50L6GT  Available in two-tone or solid colors of simulated leather covering. 
USA  46 105 50L6GT   
USA  46 PX 7N7  Musitron, model PX is an AC operated Phonograph with 4 tube amplifier and speaker. Control... 


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