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Armstrong Audio / Wireless & Television / Manufacturing; London

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Name: Armstrong Audio / Wireless & Television / Manufacturing; London    (GB)  
Abbreviation: armstrong
Products: Model types
Summary:

Armstrong Manufacturing Co.
Warlters Road, Holloway London N7 (1941)

Armstrong Wireless and Television Co. Ltd.
Warlters Road, Holloway London N7 (1945)

Armstrong Audio Ltd.
Warlters Road, London N7 (1969)

Armstrong manufactured radio components and chassis. Post-war they briefly built TV sets as well as radios for ships, but then settled into making consumer radios, amplifers and tuners, mostly chassis models.

During the 1960s and 1970s Armstrong produced their best known ranges, the 500 and 600 series.

Founded: 1932
History:

Armstrong Manufacturing Co. was founded by Claude Charles (C. C.) Jackson in King's Rd, Camden Town, London.

After WW2 the name changed to Armstrong Wireless and Television Ltd. and in 1963 to Armstrong Audio Ltd.

The company was closed at the end of the 1970s.

This manufacturer was suggested by Wolfgang Scheida.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
GB  68 426   3 Band Receiver, 2 x 15 Watt Output Power, Part of the Series 400 Models, 
GB  56 Tuner FM56 ECC85   
GB  70 526   Armstrong 526 AM-FM-LW Tuner/Amplifier FM: 86-109 MHz, MW: 510-1625 kHz, LW: 150-300 kHz.... 
GB  37 1938   Chassis only for Radiogram. Octal Tubes 3 SW bands, Push-Pull triode output. 
GB  58 Jubilee Mk 2 ECC85   
GB  65 Integrated Stereo Amplifier 221 BC109  Stereo audio amplifier supplied as a chassis with optional book-shelf case, or could be fi... 
GB  65 Integrated Stereo Amplifier 222 ECC83  Stereo audio amplifier supplied as a chassis with optional book-shelf case, or could be fi... 
GB  63 Stereo Twelve Mk II (12Mk2) ECC85  Radio tuner with stereo amplifier; external MPX decoder required for FM stereo.  
GB  72 626   Unit is a Receiver (Amp + tuner). 
GB  65 AM-FM Stereo Tuner-Amplifier 226 ECC85  Armstrong 226 AM/FM receiver. Metal case with wooden side panels. Tuner mono, Amplifier st... 
GB  61 Stereo 55 ECC85   
GB  73 623   Double Conversion on AM. The high (3MHz) 1st IF allows LW & MW on one band. Var... 

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