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Starting in about 1933, the Wurlitzer name gradually became more and more closely associated with jukeboxes than with actual musical instruments.In 1942, organ production at the North Tonawanda factory ceased and production was shifted to the manufacture of bomb proximity fuses for World War II.Vending machines are still manufactured in Germany using the Wurlitzer name under Gibson ownership.

Among Wurlitzer's electronic instruments, beginning with electrostatic reed organs in 1947, the most important have been the fully electronic organs, especially the two-manual-and-pedals spinet type (from 1971 with synthesizer features) for domestic use.

Lyric radios were a very high-end console radio which retailed for as much as 5 in 1929 (approximately ,800 in 2014 dollars).

In addition to business acquisitions, Wurlitzer also entered into several joint ventures with [Allan Herschell Company#History|[James Armitage, George Herschell, and other businessmen from the area.

In 1909, the company began making innovative harps that were far more durable than European prototypes, and from 1924 to the 1930s eight acclaimed models were available.

The "Mighty Wurlitzer" theatre organ was introduced in late 1910 and became Wurlitzer's most famous product.

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Among Wurlitzer's electronic instruments, beginning with electrostatic reed organs in 1947, the most important have been the fully electronic organs, especially the two-manual-and-pedals spinet type (from 1971 with synthesizer features) for domestic use.Lyric radios were a very high-end console radio which retailed for as much as $425 in 1929 (approximately $5,800 in 2014 dollars).In addition to business acquisitions, Wurlitzer also entered into several joint ventures with [Allan Herschell Company#History|[James Armitage, George Herschell]], and other businessmen from the area.In 1909, the company began making innovative harps that were far more durable than European prototypes, and from 1924 to the 1930s eight acclaimed models were available.The "Mighty Wurlitzer" theatre organ was introduced in late 1910 and became Wurlitzer's most famous product.

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