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Imperial (post WW2); (where)

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Name: Imperial (post WW2); (where)    (USA)  
Abbreviation: imperial
Products: Model types
Summary:

Imperial (post WW2); (where)

History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Peter Hoddow.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  63 6 Transistor [Var. 1]    
USA  64 Six Transistor IM6 [Var. 2]   Imperial IM6, Six Transistor; Black cabinet, metal front grill, earphones jack. Made i... 
USA  62 GK-600 2SA152  The Harpers International model GK-600 is available as "Harpers" and as "Imperial" (as sho... 
USA  65 Micro 7 Transistor   Imperial Micro 7 Transistor; earphone jack. Aluminium front plate. Gehäuse ä... 
USA  60 8 Transistor Radio GK-800   Made in Japan 
USA  61 5A-32 5750   
USA  63 5A-50 12BE6   
USA  65 Party-Time 100   Imperial Party-Time Model 100, Solid State; 33 & 45 rpm, (Exactly Imperial company a... 
USA  70 Solid State 2 Band Radio 323   Imperial Solid State 2 Band Radio 323;Most probably for GB or French market, non US. 
USA  65 Hi-Fi Tweeter AT-3   Made in Japan. 
USA  65 Three Way Crossover Network AN-3   Loudspeaker Crossover Network with 2 level controls, Crossover Frequency 500 & 33... 
USA  60 Transistor 8   IMPERIAL Transistor 8 - leather case - carrying strap - headset jack - Removable telescopi... 

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