History of Victrola
Victrola was born in 1906 in Camden, NJ when first introduced to the American public by the Victor Talking Machine Company. Full of entrepreneurial ideas and known for its use of quality materials, Victor (later becoming RCA) was the largest and most successful turntable manufacturer of its time.
More than 110 years later, the legendary Victrola trademark has been revived in the US and is now owned by Innovative Technology – The Victrola Brand will once again symbolize the same high-quality, nostalgic turntables of the past for this century’s music listeners of all ages.
Victrola, much like music, has transcended time and endured the evolution of technology. Our audio products offer the vintage look and feel that’s reminiscent of bygone memories - combined with unparalleled sound quality and exquisite craftsmanship that will provide you with the ultimate listening experience for years to come.
Sleek and modern, sophisticated and timeless or bold and retro, we believe a Victrola is more than just a method of listening to music, but a statement. Whether you’re a casual listener or a music enthusiast, we think you’ll find that each piece in our extensive product line holds deeply-rooted heritage and represents a unique personality and lifestyle - just like you, our customers.
As an integral part of this vinyl revival era, it’s our mission to not only resurrect the antique audio styles of decades past, but to bring the warm, classic sound of vinyl to homes everywhere.
More on Victrola and Phonographs
- What Is An Acoustic Phonograph?
- Victor Recordings In The Acoustical Recording Era
- Victor Recordings In The Electrical Recording Era
- Victor And Its Massive Lineup Of Recording Artists
- Archives At The Victor Talking Machine
- Understanding Victor Brake Designs And Soundboxes
- The Basics Of An Acoustic Horn
- Victor And Its Growing Number Of Subsidiaries, Partners And Plants
- Victor And The Nipper Building
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- Victrola: The Story Behind The Name
- The Victor Talking Machine: How It All Started
- Victor And Its Acquisition By The Radio Corporation Of America
- Victrola In Wood Veneers And Finishes
- Victrola And Its Various Models
- Eldridge Johnson, A Brief Background On The Founder Of Victor
- Brief Introduction To Vibro-Acoustics
- Victrola And Its Other Successful Product Launches