Where is Magnavox Corporate office Headquarters

Magnavox Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: Spring City, PA 19475, USA

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  • Established: 1917

  • Founder: Edwin Pridham & Peter L. Jensen

  • Key People: Jeroen van der Veer, Frans van Houten

Magnavox Headquarters Location & Directions

Magnavox Headquarters Executive Team



Jeroen van der Veer


Frans van Houten


Abhijit Bhattacharya


About Magnavox, History and Headquarters Information

The company was founded in the year 1917. The founders of this company are Edwin Pridham and Peter L. Jensen. The company has been operational for more than 102 years now. The main aim of the company was to manufacture TVs, radios and phonographs. Magnavox created the first plasma displays for computer applications and for the military as well. In the year 1972, Odyssey, the first video gaming console, was introduced by the company. The Philips of the Netherlands owned the company in the year 1974, to ensure the distribution for their VLP nationally. Headquarters: Spring City, PA 19475, USA.

Magnavox is an American company which mainly focuses on selling a wide range of consumer electronic goods to its customers. The company currently has Frans van Houten as its CEO, Abhijit Bhattacharya as its CFO and also Jeroen van der Veer as its Chairman.

Magnavox provides its services on various types of consumer electronic goods which include headphones, heaters, Bluray and DVD players, air conditioners, batteries, speakers, dehumidifiers, TVs and video gaming consoles as well.    

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  • Patricia Sallberg says:

    We purchased a Magnavox record player in 1973. It is a floor model/cabinet finished in antique white. It is octagonal in shape. Two of the side panels are open to allow for speakers. The openwork is covered with fabric that is still in immaculate condition, as is the player itself. The front of the model has a two-door opening to allow for access to the player. It plays all 3 speeds of vinyl records. I cannot find the manual and I find no numbers of any sort anywhere on the cabinet. I would like to buy needles for the player but I do not have a number for them. Can you help me with this problem? I know it uses a diamond point needle, but nothing else. I would appreciate any help given. I have searched everywhere to no success. Thank you. Patricia Sallberg.

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