In 1955 Pamphonic became wholly-owned by Pye, and their market sectors started changing. Despite misgivings, Pamphonic entered the “commodity” market for radios, TVs, record players, amplifiers and tape machines. They also diversified into industrial markets such as “shakers”. But the core Public Address equipment range remained.
Pamphonic continued to be innovators, introducing to the UK market the first integrated stereo amplifier (3000), the first stereo record-player (SP63) and the first Transistor Radio (Pam 710).
1003 Amplifier - 1956
Pam 710 Transistor Radio - 1956
“Nymph” Record Player - 1957
2001 Amplifier - 1957
2001A Preamplifier - 1957
Victor Senior Loudspeaker - 1957
Pam 100 Stereo Reproducer - 1958
3000 Integrated Amplifier - 1958
3001 Integrated Amplifier - 1959
1004 Amplifier - 1959
SP63 Stereo Record Reproducer
Reflectograph Models A/B/C/D Tape Recorder - 1962-3
For a fascinating insight into classic tape machines have a look at Terry Martini’s Ferrograph World site, including the section on Reflectograph.