at TaxaFinns PHILIPS MUSEUM.
collection consists mostly of Philips-products from the period between
1970 and 1975.
click on the pictures to the left or right, youīll see pages with a little
technical information and pictures of most of the products in the
collection. Put the pointer over the pictures and you can read about the contents of the
galleries before you enter.
with several Philips catalogues from
1963, 1971, 1973, 19741976 and 1979 (in danish
only, sorry!). All catalogues are reproduced with kind
permission from Philips Radio Danmark A/S. Thereīs an article
from a leading danish newspaper about this collection and my story about growing up
with stereo in the late 60īs and early 70īs in Denmark. Thereīs also a
little gallery of Additional
Pictures send to me by kind users of these pages and my
which did not fit into the other galleries. Thereīs also a new
2008 gallery from my own collection..
If you want
to read about the latest news from this museum, click the NEWS-button
at the top right.
from some other manufacturers than Philips have managed to sneak into the collection
during the years, but this has only been allowed if the specific product
was either quite rare, or I just found it worth to look at! Some of the
none-Philips products are simply there, because I owned them myself as a
youngster back in the 70īs, and I therefore have a little nostalgic feeling
about them or just simply couldnīt help buying them at the fleamarket or
whereever I dig these things up. Isnīt that what a museum is all about?
I have a
few items older than the 70's in my collection, including two danish Arena-receivers
from the mid-sixties and a Tandberg 62X reel-to-reel taperecorder from
1966. There are also a couple of new misfits in the collection, a CD-player
from ADC from around 1986 and a rare Philips Linear Tracking Turntable from the late
collection is located in my spare bedroom here in Copenhagen, Denmark, Iīm sad
to say that visting the museum is not possible. But feel free to visit it
here at the web, thereīs no entrance fee, no annoying currator and you can take all of the
products with you when you leave - just right-click and save all that you
WANTED: If you own any Philips-brochures or catalogues from the period between
1970 and 1975 which you donīt know what do to with, consider to donate
this museum.You can send
me an E-Mail HERE. Of
course if you have a scanning of any brohures Iīd love that as well.