A superb work of modern industrial design, the Brionvega Radiofonografo Radio and Turntable is an AM/FM radio and turntable handcrafted in Italy according to its 1965 specifications, including a single-piece molded aluminum stand and hand-lacquered wood. The pleasingly modular shape of the Brionvega Radiofonografo, as well as its impeccably retro look and construction, will delight audiophiles as well as those who recall the golden age of hi-fis in the 1960s and ‘70s. The uniquely styled speakers can be configured three ways for unparalleled sonic definition. The designers, brothers Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, have work in MoMA’s collection.
Features of the Brionvega Radiofonografo Radio and Turntable include:
- Turntable with Ortofon cartridge.
- AM/FM Radio.
- Automatically scan to next radio station by pressing on the tuning knob.
- Preset your favorite radio stations. Store up to 5 AM and 23 FM stations.
- Speakers can be configured 3 ways for unparalleled sonic definition.
- 2 RCA audio in jacks for external sources.
- 1 RCA audio output for connecting to external amplification.
- 1 RCA audio output for connecting to an external subwoofer.
- 1 3.5 mm preamp audio jack for headphones.
- Certificate of authenticity.
- Measures 28.25h x 48w x 14.5"d when open and 36h x 24w x 14.5”d when closed.
DesignerAchille & Pier Giacomo Castiglioni
SizeOpen: 28.25h x 48w x 14.5"d
Closed: 36h x 24w x 14.5"d
Year of Design1965
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