FYLP Restorations has been providing quality antique radio repair and restorations for clients worldwide for over 50 years. Our expertise coupled with modern technology allows us to do what most repair facilities cannot. While our goal is to keep all of the pieces we work on as original as possible, sometimes the parts are just not available anymore. We have performed many antique radio repairs and restorations for local museums and historical societies in addition to providing authentic restored radios and phonographs used in movies, plays, exhibits and displays. We at For Your Listening Pleasure have been meeting and exceeding the high demands required by establishments such as these for many years.
Antique Philco model 65 Tube Console Radio. Was bought by my family in the s. Cabinet is in very good condition with very minor scratches. Radio does not currently work , but I am sure wit Radio has an AM band and a military band which is not used anymore by the Miliitary. The radio and the phonograph work great.
Records and machines to play them on have been around for over years. Mass-produced recorded music for the home began in the early s with Thomas Edison's cylinder players. After a few short years, the flat rpm rotations per minute record made its debut on wind up machines like the Victrola and Gramophone.
A vintage Philco console radio and record player. It features a rectangular wooden cube body with a recessed tuner display set at an angle, and a hinged door with parallel planks overlaying a mesh speaker cover. The door opens forward from the top and reveals a Philco record player.