JMI at the Association of Public Address Engineers' Exhibition, March 1965

The Kings Head Hotel, Harrow

The King's Head Hotel, Harrow, venue for the Exhibition. The halls (upper and lower) are to the left of the main hotel building, flags on the terrace balcony.

In 1965, Jennings Musical Industries again attended the Exhibition (an annual event) of Public Address manufacturers and engineers at the King's Head Hotel in Harrow. Brief details of the 1964 are .

Between March 1964 and March 1965 Vox was busy, bringing to market various new things, notably the new metal-clad amplifiers, mixers and paging systems, which were shown at the at the Russell Hotel in London, August '64.

Paging amplifier (left) from the Vox catalogue of early 1964, designed for use in a factory or business environment.

The principal items that JMI chose to show at Harrow in 1965 were the Vox Radio Microphone unit - advert - and the new Public Address amplifiers.

Below, some shots from a copy of the catalogue of the event, tightly bound by the British Library. The pages are uniformly yellow, not variegated as the photos might suggest.

Catalogue of the 1965 Exhibition.

Vox at the Exhibition of Public Address Engineers, March 1965

Vox at the Exhibition of Public Address Engineers, March 1965

A sketch diagram of the Hotel and Exhibition complex.

Vox at the Exhibition of Public Address Engineers, March 1965

Layout of the lower Exhibition Hall. Vox had stands 62-65 (as in 1964).

Vox at the Exhibition of Public Address Engineers, March 1965

The "Pageboy" amplifier is illustrated in the detail from the catalogue further up this page.

"Wireless World", March 1965.

Vox Catalogue (Catalog), February 1964

Above, a page from the catalogue of early 1964. The G.P.O. was the "General Post Office", which regulated use of the airwaves (ie. wireless frequencies).

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