JVC PC-R11C

This is a JVC PC-R11C that features clean, hi-tech styling. The unit will break down into four separate parts including the two detachable high ceramic speakers. It also has a single cassette deck, 4 band …

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JVC RC-M75w

The RC-M75w by JVC was manufactured between 1982 and 1984. It is a single cassette machine and has a “Fine Tuning” knob as well as a “Tape Speed” knob. There are apparently two versions of …

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JVC 3090-CQM

This is one odd JVC boombox. As you can see the JVC 3090 CQM has a small tv built in to it. It even has a UHF antenna hookup on the back along with v-hold …

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JVC PC-R550C

The JVC PC-R550C is a rarely seen model that featured a single cassette, two detachable speakers and a 5 band graphic equalizer. It’s been mentioned that the “C” may identify it as a Canadian model. …

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JVC RC-838c

Circa 1978 the JVC RC-838c featured: FM, MW, SW1, SW2, SW3, SW4 Single cassette Battery check dial light Biphonic stereo Record muting Battery level meter Mode indicator light Tuning level meter Binaural equalizer 8 D …

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JVC RC-M70jw

The JVC RC-M70jw is 21 inches wide and 11.5 inches tall. It has a pair of 6.5 inch woofers, two 2 inch tweeters and produces 15 watts per channel. Some of its other features are: …

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JVC RC-M90

This JVC RC-M90 is one of the most sought after boomboxes. It was produced in the early 80’s and was very large at 26 inches long and 14 inches high. It has two large 8 …

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JVC PC-R11 jw

This is the JVC PC-R11 jw. It features a single cassette, equalizer and the speakers are detachable. It has AM, FM, SW, and SW2. The JVC PC line isn’t nearly as popular as their RC …

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JVC RC-838

  The JVC RC 838JW Boombox was made sometime around 1978 and was considered large for it’s time. It’s measurements were 20″ wide, 5.8″ deep, and 12″ high. It also boasted what the manufacturer called …

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