Radio-Phonograph


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Radio-Phonograph

 

an electronic device for everyday use, combining a radio receiver and a phonograph into a single unit. The use of common audio-frequency amplifiers, AC rectifiers, and loudspeakers simplifies the apparatus and lowers the cost. The Soviet industry produces table-model and floor-model designs for both monophonic and stereophonic sound reproduction; stereophonic models are equipped with extension loudspeakers. Radio-phonographs have performance characteristics corresponding to those of radio receivers and phonographs in analogous classes. Models manufactured in the USSR include the Ural-112, Rigonda-102, and Estonia-006.