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Two valve battery receiver
In a mahogany cabinet with ebonite front and knobs. The radio needs a tuner unit, that can be connected at the left. (e.g. this Murdock Tuning Condenser)
The other terminals: above, left: aerial, above middle: HT + and -, upper right: earth. At the right: LT + and -. A set of headphones can be connected at the bottom of the front.
The knob on the left is used to select a tap of the anode reactance unit. The knob in the middle of the set can be used for reaction control. On the right a rheostat for the filament current.
The receiver has a detector and a HF valve, probably dull-emitters.
Data Valves
Serial number: 211
Dimensions (hwd): 8 32 x 18.5  cm
Made in: 1923
Purchased in: 2012
 
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Circuit

What was broadcast in 1923?

 

Listen to "China Boy, Go Sleep" by the orchestra of Bert Ambrose, recorded on April 3rd, 1923.

Inside

This page was last edited on 13.03.2020