RCA Victor Phonograph 9-JY
Victor, RCA. “RCA Victor Phonograph 9-JY.” Digital Gallery. BGSU University Libraries, 16 Feb. 2018, digitalgallery.bgsu.edu/collections/item/9181. Accessed 18 July 2019.
|Title||RCA Victor Phonograph 9-JY|
|Description||The RCA Victor 9-JY was used for playback of 45 rpm phonographs and is an AM radio. It contains a speaker and an rp-168 disc changer. It was the first phonograph attachment. |
Source: Vourtsis, Phil. The fabulous Victrola "45" (Atglen, PA: Schiffer, 2002), 40, 165.
|Materials||Bakelite plastic case with a brass turntable and tonearm|
|Dimensions||15 centimeters high, 22.5 centimeters wide, 17.5 centimeters long|
|Decade Manufactured and Sold||1951-1960|
|More Information||"Here's to true 'Live Talent' tone quality." Life, May 30, 1949, 38-39. View at Google Books|
|Vourtsis, Phil. The fabulous Victrola "45" (Atglen, PA: Schiffer, 2002), 40, 165. Catalog record|
|Provenance||Gift of Robert K. Clark, professor emeritus of speech communication at BGSU.|
|Library of Congress Subject Headings||Sound -- Equipment and supplies|