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Amplifiers previously produced in New York City, NY and Hauppauge, NY, between the late 1940s and 1984.
The Multivox company was started in the late 1940s by Peter Sorkin Music to manufacture amplifiers as a subsidary to the company. The company produced amplifiers for many years until around 1984. They also produced some guitars and other products under the same name. A lot of products were produced in the same factory Multivox was in, just under different names, specifically Strad-O-Lin and Premier. The Multivox company produced many patents as far as amplifiers, which included the "Organ-Tone Tremolo" circuit. In the 1960s Multivox broke away from the Sorkin company and in 1970 when Sorkin closed down, Multivox kept going. They produced amplifiers throughout the 1970s and stopped producing products in 1984. Further information on Multivox amplifiers can be submitted directly to Blue Book Publications.

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