Browning Laboratories, formed by Dr. Browning in 1937, offered the first American-produced FM 'hi-fi' tuner, which earned the company national recognition....again!
Browning was also the first company to build a stereo receiver, long before any radio station was broadcasting in stereo! Prior to that, Browning's lineup included SW Receivers, test equipment, and other items.
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BROWNING LABORATORIES, INC.
Browning AM-FM Tuner-Model RJ-20 (1949)
Courtesy of Roger Gould
Models RV-10A/RV-11A (1951) Model RJ-48 (1954)
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Browning 35 Receiver
Courtesy of Rusty
Browning Visual Freq. Monitor (1930's)
Courtesy of David T. Boyd
Browning Ads - 1940
Contributed by Alan Price
Browning FM Modulation Monitor - Model #25
Contributed by Carol Spurlock
Sams Photofact Folders - Browning Tuners
Photo Courtesy of Rodney S. Pederson
Browning Type S-2 Frequency Meter Ad (1942)
Photo Courtesy of Robert Traughber
Browning MD-33 FM Monitor
Photo Courtesy of Joe Cro - Collins Radio Ass'n. Member #122