Aristona

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Aristona is a brand name used by the Dutch company Philips for consumer electronics in the 1930s–1990s period.[1] It was marketed as a cheaper alternative for those unwilling to pay the price for Philips products. Often Aristona products were simply rebranded old-generation Philips products.

Typical products include turntables, television sets, cassettes and cassette players, 8-track players, radio's and DVD players.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "TAXAFINN PHILIPS MUSEUM - the ARISTONA story".