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Philips Canada

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Name: Philips Canada    (CDN)  
Abbreviation: philips
Products:
Summary:

Philips Industries Limited; Montreal, Canada. Philips has it's headquarters in the Netherlands.

Also: Philips Electronics Industries Ltd.; Toronto Canada (~1960s).

History:


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
CDN  60 102 12AD6  The Philips model 102 is a car radio for 12 volt negative ground automobiles. The tubes in... 
CDN  60 F3C12A 6BE6  The Philips model F3C12A is a 6-tube AM radio with built in stereo record changer. Has two... 
CDN  58 F5C10A 6BK7A  The Philips model F5C10A is a 16-tube AM/FM console with built in record changer. Has... 
CDN  57 P255 6BA6  The Canadian Philips model P255 is a 10-tube combination radio / record changer conso... 
CDN  60 101 12AD6  The Philips model 101 is a car radio for 12 volt negative ground automobiles. The tubes in... 
CDN  60 301 12BL6  The Philips model 301 is a car radio for 12 volt negative ground automobiles. The tubes in... 
CDN  56 P466 12AX7  The Canadian Philips model P466 is a 3-tube record player with automatic changer. Same sch... 
CDN  54 461 1R5   
CDN  55 P263 6BA6  The Philips model P263 is a 6-tube radio with built in record changer. Covers standard bro... 
CDN  60 4L95 OC170  The Philips model 4L95 is a 7-transistor portable radio. Covers the following ranges: ... 
CDN  56 P-262 12BA6  The Philips model P-262 is a 6-tube console radio with built in phonograph. For 25 or 60 H... 
CDN  56 P461 1R5  The Canadian Philips model P461 is a 4-tube battery powered radio. Same schematic as the R... 

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