Fisher Boomboxes

Fisher Boomboxes
Fisher Electronics was founded by Avery Fisher in New York City in 1945. They were sold to Emerson Electric in 1969, then sold to Sanyo in 1975, and then sold once more to Panasonic in 2010 and shut down in 2012. They made high-end electronics, audio systems, television sets, DVD players, boomboxes and much more.



Fisher Boombox Model Numbers
FBX280
PH-202
PH-202K
PH-204K
PH-220
PH-225
PH-225K
PH-250
PH-400
PH-402
PH-404
PH-404L
PH-405
PH-405K
PH-406
PH-407
PH-410
PH-415
PH-416
PH-416K
PH-418
PH-420
PH-430
PH-430K
PH-460
PH-460LG
PH-463
PH-470
PH-480
PH-480K
PH-490
PH-492 – 30 inches long, 15 inches tall, detachable speakers had individual cases, own cabinets, 5-band graphic equalizer
PH-492K
PH-495
PH-512L
PH-540L
PH-700L
PH-720
PH-802
PH-808BF
PH-820K
PH-835
PH-835K
PH-850L
PH-855L
PH-865L
PH-D310
PH-D380
PH-D700
PH-D7700
PH-DS200
PH-M77
PH-M88
PH-W400L
PH-W405
PH-W405K
PH-W464
PH-W465K
PH-W545L
PH-W702
PH-W702K
PH-W704
PH-W801
PH-W803
PH-W804
PH-W804L
PH-W875
PH-W875L
PH-W805BF
PH-W3000
PH-W3300
SK-300 – cassette deck with detachable speakers and a removable synthesizer keyboard
SK-300K

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