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During this long lifetime, the Pye company was closely linked to Pamphonic as investor and marketing advisor, while Pamphonic in turn provided Pye with a hothouse of audio design. This site is heavily based on original materials left by Paul Taylor to his youngest son, Nick, and contributions from Edgar Lavington’s son, Simon.

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PAMPHONIC – MULLARD MAGIC

Jun 18, 2017 . 1931 Paul Taylor and business partner Edward Lavington invented the “Pamphonic Electrical Reproducer” Pamphonic install amplifier systems in the London Coliseum Theatre and Drury Lane theatre. 1932 Pamphonic Reproducers incorporated as a limited company and the trademarks Pamphonic and Paramphonic are registered Pamphonic install a public address system at White …

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Pamphonic Reproducers Ltd.; London manufacturer in GB, Model

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 …

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Panphonics - Leading brand in directional audio

Founded in 1997 and headquartered in Tampere, Finland, Panphonics has been delivering directional audio solutions globally for over two decades. By using the electrostatic principle, we have been able to create speakers with lower coloration, better transient response, lower distortion and higher directivity in comparison to other techniques.

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Pamphonic & Pye 1955 On – Pamphonic

Pamphonic & Pye 1955 On. In 1955, after some rather acrimonious negotiations, Pye finally acquired the remaining 49% of Pamphonic Reproducers Ltd. Both Taylor and Lavington stayed on but the company direction was being forced to change. A new interest had already emerged with the acquisition in 1954 of W Bryan Savage, a competitor in the large ...

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Pamphonic Record Player - Brian's Mono Section - Lenco

May 25, 2009 . Pamphonic produced good quality separates in the late '50s/early '60s but I've never seen reference to this unit anywhere. Logged Guy. Member Offline Age: 71 Location: Vale of the White Horse, UK Posts: 137. Re: Pamphonic Record Player « Reply #2 on: May 19, 2009, 07:33:37 PM ...

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Timeline - pamphonic.co.uk

Launched “Pamphonic Baby Reproducer” (also known as the “Standard Pamphonic Reproducer”) 18W, Marconi Pickup, Garrard Induction Deck, Epoch cinema loudspeaker. Keith Prowse appointed as “sole concessionaire” for Pamphonic Reproducers. (First Catalogue) Launched “Junior Paramphonic” radiogram with separate speaker. 25W, £160 gns.

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Pamphonic – A Classic Audio Company

New site for Pamphonic. Coming soon! Please click through to the old site while this one is under construction. If you need technical information, that is all currently on the old site.

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Vintage Hi Fi - Amplifiers 1956-1981 as Sold In UK

The Jason, Pamphonic & Pilot integrateds and W&N control unit look futuristic, at least 1965 with metal cases, the Jason the better looker. Pye Mozart's turn up but they are small & the EL34 mounted sideways keeps interest low. The Tannoy CU despite the bread bin shape looks futuristic too.

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Transistor Radio 1960s High Resolution Stock Photography

Up to12%cash back . Pamphonic Reproducers Ltd was founded in 1932. Vintage 1961 portable transistor radio (model Courier TB81) by PAM. Pamphonic Reproducers Ltd was founded in 1932. Old-fashioned radio receiver. A Bush radio at Mendips, the childhood home of John Lennon, in Woolton, Liverpool. Vintage radio dial close up. old radio. Old-fashioned soviet personal ...

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Reflectograph - Pamphonic

Pamphonic were very well known for public address amplifiers and coincidently had also during the 1950s, marketed a range of high powered amplifiers utilising a brick system of modules, totally unconnected of course with Reflectograph at the time. Pamphonic had originally been absorbed into the Pye group during the 1950s as had Dynatron which ...

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ab-fi Amplifier 1003 Ampl/Mixer Pamphonic Reproducers Ltd.;

8 W (10 W max.) from Radiomuseum.org. Model: ab-fi Amplifier 1003 - Pamphonic Reproducers Ltd.; Material. Metal case. Shape. Tablemodel without push buttons, Mantel/Midget/Compact up to 14. Dimensions (WHD) 380 x 175 x 240 mm / 15 x 6.9 x 9.4 inch.

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Pye Story - Pamphonic

Pamphonic (Work in Progress) (Please scroll the document up and down using the sidebar to read, or open on a separate page using the pop-out button in the top right corner) Pamphonic vA.doc

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Vintage Tube Amp » Blog Archive » Pair Audio Tube

Sep 29, 2017 . Quad – Leak – Radford – Armstrong – Rogers – Beam-Echo – R. Lowther – PYE – Pamphonic – Dynatron – G. Audiomaster – Sound Sales – Goodsell – BTH-AEI – Decca – R. Daystrom-Heathkit – Grampian – Charles -Tannoy – Wharfedale. The item “Pair Audio Tube Amplifier Grampian Reproducer M. A. 5-10/A Valve Vintage ...

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Vintage Hi Fi: Quad, Leak, Garrad, Ortofon, Tannoy

Some examples of Vintage audiophile equipment sold by AUDIO GRAIL over the last 18 months:Garrard 301's, 401's, Quad II's, ESLs, Leak amplifiers, Pamphonic S...

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Old Pamphonic/Pye Radio from 1945 - YouTube

I've been restoring a Pamphonic radio which uses the Pye 15A chassis from 1945.their first radio after world war 2.Pamphonic appear to be an offshoot of Pye,...

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LOT NEW SEALED Half-Yr Set 2020 Vanity Fair Magazine Jan

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for LOT NEW SEALED Half-Yr Set 2020 Vanity Fair Magazine Jan to Jun 2020+OSCARS at the best online prices at …

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PAMPHONIC - thevalvepage.com

Dec 25, 2006 . Pamphonic Sales, 400 Holloway Road [1951] Model PST1. Prior to the war, the company produced amplifiers. Even then, according to their small advert tucked away in the back pages of a magazine in June 1939, they were "associated with PYE Ltd" and at some stage became a subsidiary of Pye. It was not until after the war that they produced their ...

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Pye - Wikipedia

Pye Ltd was an electronics company founded in 1896 in Cambridge, England, as a manufacturer of scientific instruments.The company merged with EKCO in 1960. Philips of the Netherlands acquired a majority shareholding in 1967, and later gained full ownership.

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Transistor Radio High Resolution Stock Photography and

Up to12%cash back . Pamphonic Reproducers Ltd was founded in 1932. Old transistor radio isolated on white. British made sixties transistor radio, red body with brass grille. Cutout of a retro Mercury transistor radio receiver on white background. Europian antique plastic transistor radio on the white background. classic old Pye transistor radio. Vintage ...

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Who is the author of the book pamphonic?

    This site is heavily based on original materials left by Paul Taylor to his youngest son, Nick, and contributions from Edgar Lavington’s son, Simon. The reference materials in this site include original brochures, circuit diagrams and photos of many of the products manufactured by Pamphonic, especially those produced since the war.

  • How are Pye and pamphonic related to each other?

    During this long lifetime, the Pye company was closely linked to Pamphonic as investor and marketing advisor, while Pamphonic in turn provided Pye with a hothouse of audio design. This site is heavily based on original materials left by Paul Taylor to his youngest son, Nick, and contributions from Edgar Lavington’s son, Simon.

  • What kind of speaker is the pamphonic baby reproducer?

    “Bunched” speakers with narrow beam-width. Launched “Pamphonic Baby Reproducer” (also known as the “Standard Pamphonic Reproducer”) 18W, Marconi Pickup, Garrard Induction Deck, Epoch cinema loudspeaker. Keith Prowse appointed as “sole concessionaire” for Pamphonic Reproducers.

  • What kind of loudspeakers did pamphonic make?

    Over a period of more than 30 years Pamphonic produced amplifiers and loudspeakers for London West End theatres and royalty, weathered a war, joined the post-war hi-fi boom and ended up shaking missiles.

  • Who is the author of the book pamphonic?

    This site is heavily based on original materials left by Paul Taylor to his youngest son, Nick, and contributions from Edgar Lavington’s son, Simon. The reference materials in this site include original brochures, circuit diagrams and photos of many of the products manufactured by Pamphonic, especially those produced since the war.

  • What kind of speaker is the pamphonic baby reproducer?

    “Bunched” speakers with narrow beam-width. Launched “Pamphonic Baby Reproducer” (also known as the “Standard Pamphonic Reproducer”) 18W, Marconi Pickup, Garrard Induction Deck, Epoch cinema loudspeaker. Keith Prowse appointed as “sole concessionaire” for Pamphonic Reproducers.

  • How are Pye and pamphonic related to each other?

    During this long lifetime, the Pye company was closely linked to Pamphonic as investor and marketing advisor, while Pamphonic in turn provided Pye with a hothouse of audio design. This site is heavily based on original materials left by Paul Taylor to his youngest son, Nick, and contributions from Edgar Lavington’s son, Simon.

  • How old was Paul Taylor when he invented the pamphonic reproducer?

    Paul Taylor (aged 22) and partner Edward Lavington left Faraday House (college) Invented the “Pamphonic Electrical Reproducer” Installed amplifier systems in London theatres - Dominion, Coliseum (120W) and Drury Lane (60W, for Noel Coward’s “Cavalcade”). 1932 Registered Pamphonic Reproducers Ltd. (Pamphonic and Paramphonic names registered)

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