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History of the manufacturer  

Skandinavisk Radio & Television (SRT); København / Copenhagen

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Name: Skandinavisk Radio & Television (SRT); København / Copenhagen    (DK)  
Abbreviation: skandinav
Products: Model types

Skandinavisk Radio & Television A/S

SRT built record players for EMI, which were marketed primarily in Denmark under the brand His Master's Voice.

SRT supplied the record player chassis for Bang & Olufsen.

SRT record players were sold in The Netherlands by the Dutch Acoustical Handel Maatschappji under the name Triotrack.

In Australia, SRT models were sold with the Labcraft label by GRD Instruments.

In 1918 already there also was a Skandinavisk Grammophon A/S, a subsidiary of the UK Gramophone Company. The companies are most likely unrelated.

Founded: 1938
Closed: 1969

Founded in 1938 by H.C. Hansen. In 1969 they employed 125 workers and engineers. Hansen wanted to retire and sold the company to B&O end of 1968 / beginning of 1969.

This manufacturer was suggested by Maurice Hamm.

Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
DK  60 Skivspelare 523 SV   16/33/45/78 rpm. 
DK  65 643   Pick-up: Ronette Stereo 105 Special, Pitch control and tonearm lift, speeds 16-33-45-78 r...