In 1966 Pier Giacomo and Achille Castiglioni created one of the masterpieces in the history of Italian design: the RR126 stereo radiophonograph by Brionvega, which is now one of the premium items in the Treccani Emporium. This unique little jewel with an incomparable style, anthropomorphic shapes and retro charm combined with an incredible definition of sound, stands out for its elegance and character, still confirming itself today as an object of desire for design lovers. As well as being a classic vinyl record player linked to the AM / FM radio, the Radiophonograph can also be connected to external reception devices via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, ready to offer premium listening quality. A status symbol in the Sixties and a highly sought-after piece in modern antiques between the Eighties and Nineties, the Radiofonografo is now available through the Treccani Emporium in its white version.
125W + 125W self-limited amplifier
2 line inputs on RCA connectors for connecting external sources
1 line output on RCA connectors for connection to an external amplification
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