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 Post subject: Brought My HMV 1A Automatic home from my shop last Friday.
PostPosted: Wed Aug 08, 2018 11:57 pm 
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Brought My HMV 1A Automatic Gramophone home from my workshop last Friday.

HMV 1A Automatic Gramophone 1928.

Jack Hylton Orchestra:

You may want to turn you system volume down about ¼.

Rock-A-Bye Baby (Fox-Trot) B.5544 (Recorded 1928) - 10" record

Grinzing C.2856 (Recorded 1936) - 12" record


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 Post subject: Re: Brought My HMV 1A Automatic home from my shop last Frida
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Wonderful sound and remarkable mechanism!
Thanks for the video!
Bob B.
"Comparison is the thief of joy" Theodore Roosevelt


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 Post subject: Re: Brought My HMV 1A Automatic home from my shop last Frida
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Gorgeous! Another kind of record slinger... Lori, can I have one!?


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 Post subject: Re: Brought My HMV 1A Automatic home from my shop last Frida
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and it has a clever way to regulate voltage for U.K. and U.S. markets


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 Post subject: Re: Brought My HMV 1A Automatic home from my shop last Frida
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Here are what the resistor banks look like. Can be run on line voltages from 40 to 260 AC or DC.

Carlton


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 Post subject: Re: Brought My HMV 1A Automatic home from my shop last Frida
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Very cool! Thanks for sharing!
Cliff's Vintage Music Shoppe, Castle Rock, WA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIz_IpaVrW8


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