[Company Logo Image]
The
Museum
This site is dedicated to the KB ITT Radios which were available in the UK during the 20th century
 
Home Up ITT Radios Catalogues History KB & ITT Serv

KB Radios which may not have passed the design stage
A collection of stylish, weird and wonderful photographs
which came from the KB archives.

Photos kindly donated by John Howes

Please click on a picture to see it in more detail


 

   

I wonder if this stylish record player
was ever made and sold.

This radio seems to be a prototype which did not make it into production.
It looks like it was planned to have an optional stand as well.

Or an alternative front panel  maybe, and a different stand, but the general cabinet shape is similar to the DR10.
This is a radio I have never seen around, I wonder if it made it into production.

This would have been a spectacular radiogram for the large home.
Pretty sure this did not go to production,
but I bet it would have sounded great if it had.

I wonder if this ended up in production,
maybe as this one FB10,
or the FP151.

KB did however make hearing aids.
Hearing aids in a presentation pack.

 


Read about Medresco Hearing Aids


This may have been a device to enable blind persons to hear commentary given by a friend at say a football match.

Click here to return to the

radio collection

© 2015 Mike Edwards
If you want to use any image from this site please ask.
Email: enquiries

 

Send mail to enquiries@kbmuseum.org.uk with questions or comments about this web site.
Copyright 2016 Mike Edwards, The KB Museum
Last modified: 16-03-2018
Cookies are NOT used by this site