JVC Audio Gallery

Company information:

JVC was established in Yokohama, Japan in 1927 as the Japanese subsidiary of the U.S. firm, Victor Talking Machine Company. Born as a company that manufactured phonographs, we also pressed the first record in Japan, offering a rare combination of hardware and software production capability. Subsequently, as evidenced by the production of the world's first VHS video deck, JVC developed into a leading technological innovator in the audio/video industry, creating new products that are a step ahead of the times for a worldwide audience.

More history and information is available at JVC's website.

Website: http://www.jvc.com

JVC Audio Equipment

JVC classic audio equipment gallery. This gallery contains vintage 1950s - 1980s audio equipment. JVC stereo receivers, 8-Track recorders, cassette decks, and reel to reel tape recorders.

Note: Galleries do not go in any specific order. We do try and keep older equipment at the top of each list as the lists goes down to newer.

JVC Stereo Receivers

JVC Stereo Receiver Model JR-S200 Mark II
JVC Stereo Receiver Model JR-S301
JVC Stereo Receiver Model JR-S401
JVC Stereo Receiver Model JR-S600
JVC Stereo Receiver Model JR-S61H
JVC Stereo Receiver Model JR-S81W

JVC 8-Track Recorders

JVC 8-Track Recorder Model ED-1240
JVC Nivico 8-Track Recorder Model CHR-250UB
JVC 8-Track Recorder Model 1250M

JVC Cassette Decks

JVC Cassette Deck Model KD-85

JVC Reel To Reel Tape Recorders

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