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53] The album debuted at No. 4 in the Billboard 200 with sales of 169,000 copies, and was certified Platinum by RIAA in August 2013. On January 29, 2013, Phillips began a tour in North America as the opening act for Matchbox Twenty.
I put this pic extract in the Philips album so you can confirm it matched what you have. The record player used the AG3306 series ceramic cartridge, which put out around 350mV; you may find that the amplifier is not sensitive enough for straight use with a gaitar pickup. The AG4126 uses transistors 3 OC71, 2 OC74, so is probably not the same as you have. jpg and you can see it is a much more old-fashioned design than the AG4127. Are you trying to build a clone of this from scratch? Philips did make some OC71/OC72 amplifiers with no coupling transformer
Philips Records is a record label that was founded by the Dutch electronics company Philips. In 1946, Philips acquired the company which pressed records for British Decca's Dutch outlet in Amsterdam. The record label was started as "Philips Phonographische Industrie" (PPI) in June 1950 when it began issuing classical recordings. Recordings were also made of popular artists of various nationalities and of classical artists from Germany, France and the Netherlands
The Complete Philips Albums The Philips Years. LP (12" album, 33 rpm), Box Set, 7 LP. Nina Simone Format: Vinyl. The records include: Nina Simone in Concert (1964), ds (1964), I Put a Spell on You (1965), Pastel Blues (1966), Let It All Out (1966), Wild is The Wind (1966) and High Priestess of Soul (1967).
Philips - Österreich: Maestro 40 EL3547A /30 ID 292944 600x497. For model Maestro 40 EL3547A /30 Endstufe OC74, Philips - Österreich. Manufacturer, Brand: Philips - Österreich. All listed radios etc. from Philips - Österreich Here you find 1050 models, 986 with images and 843 with schematics for wireless sets etc.
Parallel work on digital optical audio recording was done in a number of companies and Sony first publicly demonstrated an optical digital audio disc at the 1977 Audio Fair. On 8 March 1979, Philips demonstrated for the international press a 1. cm Optical Disk and a Compact Disc Audio Player.
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