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VV 12-12 / Tuscany


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The Tuscany was an upscale electric phonograph, introduced in the spring of 1926.  No radio was included in this model, which featured a simple 5 tube amplifier designed by RCA. It used a paper cone speaker, which was a fairly recent advancement in sound reproduction. Most previous designs used electromagnetic drivers coupled to a wood horn. The Tuscany had a mahogany upright cabinet with a blended finish.

The Tuscany sold for $550.00 new. Production ended in early 1927.

Approximately 1700 Tuscany phonographs were produced, making it a relatively rare model.








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