The Dubreq 125 Amplifier seen here on left with a black and white standard Stylophone.
The amps could also be used with the 350S.
The 'Mini Amp' is shown right.

The 125 with just two basic controls, (volume and tone), and a single input socket.
On/Off switching was on the volume control.

With the back removed for access to the battery compartment, the 125 amplifier circuitry and 7"x4" elliptical speaker can be seen.
The Mini, and the 350S, also carry a speaker of the same specification.

The component board, or 'business end' of the amps; 125 left, Mini right.

Amplifiers ~ Mods. '125' & 'Mini'

this picture gives an idea of size comparison, with both standard black and wood finish Stylophones on the left, a 350S, and the model 125 Amplifier at rear.

A perfect companion to the pocket Stylophone - or the 350S.
Now everyone in the street could hear your expert playing - (well almost!)...

Both amps were exactly the same dimensions - 11" x 6.5" x 3.5" - and the same construction.
A carrying handle on top the case gave them a neat appearance, and the brushed aluminium face matched well with the little Stylophone. The wooden case was covered with a black 'leather-look' fabric, and fitted in nicely with the array of smaller and cheaper accessories that were available to the Stylophone user.

One thing that all Stylophones had in common was the inclusion of a 3.5mm Amplifier Socket on the left side of the case.
This could be used with the Dubreq Amplifiers which were available, and advertised on some of the instruction sheets included with the Stylophones.
Other models included a further socket next to the amplifier socket, (shown lower picture on right as on the 'wood effect' Stylophone).
Smaller than the amp socket, it was for an external 9v power source.

The amplifiers gave a reported output of 1.25 watts, and both were powered by 2x PP9 type batteries. The 125 model had a single input socket for the Stylophone, with adjustment control for volume and tone. The Mini version had an extra input, together with an additional control for tremolo. A lead specifically for the job was also supplied with the amps.

The 'Mini' with extra input and tremolo control.