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Pamphonic Reproducers Ltd.; London (Pam)

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Name: Pamphonic Reproducers Ltd.; London (Pam)    (GB)  
Abbreviation: pamphonic
Products: Model types

Pamphonic Reproducers Limited
Banham's Boatyard, Cambridge (Wartime, mothballed)
Westmoreland Avenue, London (post-war)
Sales office at Stratton Street, Mayfair, London (1954)
Honeypot Lane, Wembley (late 1950s)
Small Manufacturer of high fidelity audio equipment. Address was also Westmoreland Road, London NW 9. "Pam" brand used for some radios and all TVs, even after the Pye acquisition

Founded: 1932
Closed: 1965
Production: 1932 - 1965

Founded 1932 - Paul Taylor and Edgar Lavington 51% interest sold to Pye of Cambridge in 1937 Pye acquired the remaining shares in 1955

This manufacturer was suggested by Konrad Birkner † 12.08.2014.

Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
GB  47 Pam 607 ECH35  bow fronted cabinet with double doors. The chassis in the Pam 607 is basically the Pye 15A... 
GB  56 Pam 710 V6/R8M  Transistors (PYE): V6/R3M, 2x V6/R3, 2x V6/R2, 3x V10/30A. LW preset to 1500 metres. The f... 
GB  60 365 OC44   
GB  55 701 ECC85   
GB  56 714 ECC85   
GB  55 702RG ECC85   
GB  56 713 ECC85   
GB  56 715RG ECC85  A console AM/FM Radiogram with a 4 speed autochanger. Same chassis as fitted to the Pam 71... 
GB  63 5215 AF117  A battery powered two band AM portable seven transistor radio covering MW and LW. Sockets ... 
GB  60 TB77 NKT152   
GB  61 Courier TB81 OC170  Rexine covered wooden set with telescopic aerial for SW reception. Car aerial input on sid... 
GB  58 TR27 ECC85   


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