Philips 22RH423, audio vintage


Philips 22RH423 speakers. Classic Vintage. Fully revitalized.
The set is 100% functional, the speakers are in perfect condition.
In our projects we do not use veneers that are thin, unreliable and, above all, not resistant to damage!
We use only the highest quality veneers,  i.e. wood sheets of 3-5mm thickness. Thanks to this solution and the bonding technology we have developed, our products are equipped with durable and beautiful enclosures.


Philips 22RH423 speakers. Classic Vintage. Fully revitalized.


Koninklijke Philips N.V. commonly known as Philips was founded in 1891 by Gerard Philips and his father Frederik. Frederik, a Jewish banker, financed the purchase and furnishing of a factory in Eindhoven, where in 1892 the company started production of carbon fiber lamps and other electronic products. After three hard years, Anton, Gerard’s younger brother, joined the company and developed both sales and new technical solutions.

At the beginning of the 20th century, the company began expanding to Europe and then to the world. Among others Philips Italy (1918), Philips Germany (1926), Philips Portugal (1927), Polskie Zakłady Philips SA (1928), Philips India (1930), Philips Hong Kong (1948) were set up. In 1927, Philips began producing radio and became their world’s largest producer in five years. In the 1930s, the so-called “Chapel” or a characteristic triangular radio with built-in loudspeaker was designed. Another innovative product called “Porteldisc” or the “hat box” and popularized in 1942 was a portable turntable with a built-in amplifier and a loudspeaker. In 1963, Philips introduced a cassette tape (thus establishing a global recording standard), and then in 1996 the first cassette player known as the “radio player”.

In 2013, despite the sales plans of the business unit supplying audio equipment, the contract between Philip and Funai Electric was not signed.

The 22RHXX laudspeakers serie was created in in early 70s and Philips in its catalogues from that time recommended these models especially for tape recorders and turntables.
Despite their middle size, the laudspeakers surprise wth natural sound, wide range and full of details very dynamic music scene. They also accurately reflect the original, multidimensional layout of the recording with all the details and nuances so the listener can feel like in a studio or at a concert.

The enclosures have been completely revitalized. Sapeli wood adds incredible charm to the speakers. High quality finishing screws. The grilles are made of high-quality fabric. The wood finish is Chinese oil produced from natural oils. The wood is very pleasant to the touch. The set has been fully reviewed and serviced.

Included are two speaker cables with a cross section of 2 × 2.5 mm and  length of  2 × 5 m.
The set is 100% functional, the speakers are in perfect condition.


Technical data:

– 2 – way system
– power – 30W 50W RMS
– impedance – 8 Ohm
– dimensions – 39cm (height) x 28,5cm (width) x 21cm (depth)
– weight – approx. 8 kg (pcs.)
– woofer  – 21 cm
– tweeter – 2,5 cm
– German production from 1970-1972

Additional information

Weight 15 kg
Dimensions 50 × 60 × 40 cm