TRF receiver

For reception on medium wave and long wave. Anode bend detection.
In walnut veneered cabinet with black wooden feet, Bakelite knobs, Bakelite ornament in the shape of a rising sun around the loudspeaker and a Bakelite dial surround. The design is by ir. P.G. Zaaijer. The radio has an electrodynamic loudspeaker, the Philips 2161. The output power is 5 Watts.
Connections for antenna, earth, an extra loudspeaker and a gramophone in the rear. The back panel is made of wood. 
There is also a DC model, the KY126G and a battery set, the KY126B.
Made by Van der Heem & Bloemsma, The Hague. The original price was f 142,50. The consumer price of this receiver corresponds exactly with that of the Philips 834A introduced in the same year. The design is by Otto van Tussenbroek.
On the right a poster for the KY126 by graphic designer J.M. Moerkerk (1903-1988), head of the advertising department of Erres.
Data Valves  
Serial number: 2979
Philips license: 12826
Produced: 6400
Dimensions: 49 37.5 22 cm
Made in: 1933
Purchased in: 2006
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What was broadcast in 1933?


Listen to "Vladivostock" by The Ramblers Dance Orchestra, recorded in the Chenil Galleries, London, May 23-24, 1933

Back with wooden panel
A look inside
Date stamp on the capacitor: June 28, 1933.
Picture of an Erres KY126 from an Erres advertising leaflet Advertisement in De Groene Amsterdammer, December 16th, 1933

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