1917 was the year when Alba began its history of leadership. Through the early days of the acoustic gramophone to the exciting birth of broadcasting when Britain listened to 2LO and the Savoy Hotel Orpheans on Alba receivers.

Thrilled to a new dimension in home listening with the first ever radiograms from Alba, later marveled at Alba’s television receivers, today’s Alba is still ahead with a range of instruments incorporating the most advanced ideas in home entertainment techniques to anticipate the demands of tomorrow. The following sets will give you some idea of what Alba has to offer you in 1974.


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