The Philips F9Z06A was manufactured by Philips Electrical Industries of N.Z. Ltd in 1961.
This model is part of the Philips Festival Hall series of radios.

High-end 15-valve plus magic eye, Hi-Z Stereogram with reverb. ('Revebeogram').

The Philips F9Z06A is part of the Philips Festival Hall series of radios.

The Festival Hall series were high-end multi-band radiograms typically using Hi-Z speakers and typically complex (Philips were the Google of their day) circuitry.  They were well-built and had great sound.  The first few models were mono and valve based, with later sets becoming stereo and also switching to transistors as those became available.  There were also valve hybrids with transistor preamp modules in the record input.

The radios in this series are:
1957 Philips FZ876A Festival Hall MKI
1958 Philips FZ886A Festival Hall MKII
1961 Philips F9Z06A Festival Hall MKV

Valves (15 + magic eye): ECH81, EBF89, EBC81, EBC81, ECC83, ECC83, EL86, EL86, EL86, EL86, EF80, ECC83, ECC83, EZ81, EZ81 and EM34 Magic Eye

Intermediate Frequency: 455kc/s

Frequency Bands: 3

Chassis Notes(most schematics can be clicked to download a full size version)

High-end chassis, many valves, Hi-Z speakers (no output transformers)

Service information (Philips-F9Z06A-Festival-Hall-mk-V.pdf) here

1961 Philips F9Z06A