Walnut veneered cabinet
with black Bakelite rim around the illuminated station
scale and black Bakelite knobs. The Bakelite rim shows
the name "Erres
Radio". The receiver has two wavebands: medium and
The radio has an octode mixer valve and a
6 watt power tube, automatic volume and fading control
and a dynamic loudspeaker.
It has the same chassis as the Erres KY142.
The KY142 has a neon indicator tube and has a
On the back of the chassis, the serial
number 4112, and the type number 144 are stamped in
black ink. The left coil holder has a "Licence SMR-SEM-BELL"
label, indicating that the radio was marketed in
Belgium. The coil holder also bears a hand-written
serial number. The back panel has texts in Dutch and
French and the station names on the tuning scale are in
The original price was BFr 1975,-.
the night betweenJanuary 16and17, 1934, a
wavelengthswas carried out inEurope, on
the orders oftheInternational
interfering with each other wererealigned. Wavelengths
were also, as the newspapers
wrote, "divided into
segments of9kilocycles, so that
next to each other, eachinhisownaetherchannel".From then on,
more and more radios were
with printed station names.