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Description for 3651: Household Audio and Video Equipment

Division D: Manufacturing | Major Group 36: Electronic And Other Electrical Equipment And Components, Except Computer Equipment

Industry Group 365: Household Audio And Video Equipment, And Audio

3651 Household Audio and Video Equipment
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electronic audio and video equipment for home entertainment (including automotive), such as television sets, radio broadcast receivers, tape players, phonographs, and video recorders and players. This industry also includes establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing public address systems and music distribution apparatus. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing phonograph records and prerecorded audio tapes are classified in Industry 3652; those manufacturing telephone answering machines are classified in Industry 3661; those manufacturing motion picture reproduction equipment are classified in Industry 3861; and those manufacturing phonograph needles and cartridges are classified in Industry 3679. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing separate cabinets for home electronic equipment are classified in Major Group 25.
  • Amplifiers: radio, public address, or musical instrument
  • Audio recorders and players: automotive and household
  • Clock radio and telephone combinations
  • Clock radios
  • Coin-operated phonographs
  • Disc players, compact
  • Electronic kits for home assembly: radio and television receiving sets,
  • Home tape recorders: cassette, cartridge, and reel
  • Juke boxes
  • Loudspeakers, electrodynamic and magnetic
  • Microphones
  • Music distribution apparatus, except records or tape
  • Musical instrument amplifiers
  • Phonograph and radio combinations
  • Phonograph turntables
  • Phonographs, including coin-operated
  • Pickup heads, phonograph
  • Pillows, stereo
  • Public address systems
  • Radio and phonograph combinations
  • Radio receiving sets
  • Recording machines, music and speech: except dictation and telephone
  • Speaker systems
  • Tape players, household
  • Tape recorders, household
  • Television receiving sets
  • Turntables, for phonographs
  • Video camera-audio recorders, household
  • Video cassette recorders/players
  • Video triggers (remote control television devices)

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