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Electrohome Stereophonic High Fidelity


When grandma was a girl, Thomas Edison introduced the phonograph to a sceptical world.

A few years later in 1907 two Canadian men of vision formed what is Electrohome today in a carriage shed in Berlin (Kitchener) Ontario.

Like Edison they had the dream of developing and improving the phonograph as a home entertainment medium.

They began by Introducing a revolutionary hornless phonograph and since that time they have
continued to build entertainment equipment of the highest quality for use in Canadian homes.

After 50 years of prosperity and progress this all Canadian company now enjoys a position of leadership in the development of High Fidelity sound equipment.


1100A, 1200A, 884, 1657, 1658, CHF 142-516, HFT 100, HFT 200, HFT 300, HFT 400, K-1720, PA 100, PA 300 mkII, PA 400, PA 600, VA 100 mkII


catalogue   English - adpopulum

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