PHILIPS

country: Holland
year: 1891

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PHILIPS

Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V.

Dutch electronic company, founded in 1891 in Eindhoven by two brothers - Gerard and Anton Philips. The company started its business activity by producing lightbulbs, but soon expanded and, at the beginning of 20th century, became a high roller on a household appliances and electronics market. Nowadays, Philips is one of the largest companies in the market; it hires hundreds of thousands people and generates tens of billions Euro income.

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  • PHILIPS 3755/00A

    PHILIPS 3755/00A

    years 70's

    nr: none

    A visually unappealing early Philips microphone. A plastic body and a rather uninspiring design. Features a DIN plug at the end of the cable.

  • PHILIPS EL1979

    PHILIPS EL1979

    years 70's

    nr: none

    A Dutch stereophonic dynamic microphone. The design perfectly matches the mood of the times. This microphone is sometimes used, e.g. when creating samples with the vintage sound of those years. Fairly popular, though increasingly less common. Features a 5-pin DIN plug at the end of the cable.

  • PHILIPS EL1980/00

    PHILIPS EL1980/00

    years 70's

    nr: none

    A simple, plastic dynamic microphone for home use made by Philips. To be mounted on a wire support. Packaged in a cardboard box. The cable ends in a 3-pin DIN plug.

  • PHILIPS EL3750/10

    PHILIPS EL3750/10

    years 50's

    nr: none

    Bardzo dekoracyjny model Philipsa z lat pięćdziesiątych. To jego logo widzicie na naszej tapecie tej marki. Plastikowy korpus, metalowa, złocona siatka grila i nóżka. Na tylnej ściance przełącznik mowa/muzyka. Kabel zakończony wtykiem DIN z trzema pinami. Model występował też z końcówkami numerów 01 i 00.

  • PHILIPS EL3751

    PHILIPS EL3751

    years 60's

    nr: none

    A small product by Philips, wholly made of plastic. The microphone is quite inconspicuous and light, connected by means of a very thin cable which has a three-pin DIN connector.

  • PHILIPS EL3752/00

    PHILIPS EL3752/00

    years 70's

    nr: none

    According to Philips’ engineers, this is what a modern 1970s microphone looked like. Indeed, you can’t say it’s not futuristic enough. A solidly built, stereophonic microphone with a cable ending with a stereo jack plug.

  • PHILIPS EL3757/00

    PHILIPS EL3757/00

    years 60's

    nr: none

    A stereo-dynamic microphone completely made of plastic. As opposed to similar designs from this period, it does not allow for separating or changing the position of the capsules. 3-foot allowance for changing the position of the capsules are enclosed. A threaded tripod socket in the lower part of the body. Cable with a 5-pin DIN connector.

  • PHILIPS EL3781/00

    PHILIPS EL3781/00

    years 60's

    nr: none

    A dynamic Philips microphone manufactured in Holland. A small-sized plastic device. A standard-sized tripod opening at the bottom. A wire base. Elastic cable with DIN plug.

  • PHILIPS EL3782/00

    PHILIPS EL3782/00

    years 60's

    nr: none

    A dynamic microphone with an exceptionally attractive design. Mostly made of plastic but with a metal grille. There is a speech (-)/music (+) switch at the back. A tripod socket in the sidewall. The whole thing is equipped with a wire base. The cable with a 3-pin DIN connector at the end.

  • PHILIPS EL6021

    PHILIPS EL6021

    years 50's

    nr: none

    Beautifully made, dynamic metal microphone made in the Netherlands. A plastic switch built into the housing. A long, durable cable with a screw plug with one blade characteristic of the microphones of those years. On a heavy metal base. Perfect condition.

  • PHILIPS EL6031/00

    PHILIPS EL6031/00

    years 40's

    nr: none

    Table microphone, fully metal, placed on a base with a EL6202 serial number (you can find some versions on a round stand). At the bottom of its neck - a switch. Despite the fact that our model went through some cable modifications, it looks really nice.

  • PHILIPS EL6112/12

    PHILIPS EL6112/12

    years 50's

    nr: none

    A hardy attractive dynamic model from the 1950s. Definitely less popular than this company's other products. Wholly made of plastic on a detachable base. Golden grill made of a very thin metal sheet. The cable with a 3-pin din connector.

  • PHILIPS LBB 9003/05

    PHILIPS LBB 9003/05

    years 70's

    nr: none

    One of professional reporter microphones from this manufacturer. Was greatly valued at radio stations in the days of yore. Wholly made of metal, quite small and light. Equipped with a clip making it possible to attach it to clothing and a string to hang it around the neck. XLR connector.

  • PHILIPS N8209

    PHILIPS N8209

    years 70's

    nr: none

    A small-sized dynamic microphone with a switch. Enclosed in a smart plastic box. The cable ends in two plugs, a 3-pin and a 5-pin DIN.

  • PHILIPS N8306/00

    PHILIPS N8306/00

    years 70's

    nr: 587

    The full name of the microphone on the box is “Wide-band cardioid microphone”. A dynamic cardioid microphone. Lightweight, completely made of plastic, set on a plastic base. A mount with a tripod socket is an additional element. Our specimen is in perfect condition, packed in its original box.

  • PHILIPS N8402

    PHILIPS N8402

    years 70's

    nr: none

    Another stereophonic microphone from this manufacturer. The whole microphone is made of plastic. It was available in two colour versions - with black and silver finishing of membrane covers. Attractive desing and possibility of disassembling. Long elastic cable with a 5-pin DIN plug.

  • PHILIPS N8403

    PHILIPS N8403

    years 70's

    nr: none

    An interesting stereophonic capacitor microphone from this Dutch manufacturer. An exceptionally light casing wholly made of plastic with a plastic base allowing us to set both microphones at an appropriate angle. Powered with 1.5 V batteries. The microphone was connected with a cable with a 5-pin DIN connecter.

  • PHILIPS T1700/00

    PHILIPS T1700/00

    years 60's

    nr: none

    This time a Philips made in Austria and not in the Netherlands. A simple, lightweight dynamic microphone made of plastic. Interestingly, it is equipped with a solid metal base. Although we received it in good condition, unfortunately we do not have a mount to install it on a tripod. A cable with a 3-pin DIN connector.

  • PHILIPS UNKNOWN

    PHILIPS UNKNOWN

    years ??

    nr: none

    There is quite a situation in this section. An unknown model from such a well-known brand? A metal microphone that probably is a part of a hearing aid. In the upper part of the body, a knob with a 5-step scale, a switch with three positions and M and T sockets. A socket marked with the letter ‘B’ on the side. The cable with an atypical connector, which reminds one of a mini jack. Do you know what it is?

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