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Six valve AC superheterodyne receiver
In dark brown stained wooden case with silver plated solid brass knobs, illuminated scale, with a numerical layout (0..10) and station names. The receiver has six American tubes.
The knobs from left to right: wave length switch, tuning, on/off/volume.
Receives on medium wave (192-570 meters) and long wave (770-1920 meters). The intermediate frequency is 152 kHz.
The loudspeaker, with field excitation coil, has a diameter of 16.7 cm.
At the rear are two antenna connections, a ground, a tone switch, a connection for an additional loudspeaker and a pick-up connection. The correct mains voltage can be set by means of a porcelain plug with a built-in fuse.
On the right a picture from magazine "Radio Home", no. 202 of August/September 1933, in which the model was announced.
Data Valves  
Serial number: none
Dimensions (h×w×d): 45 x 40.5 x 26.5 cm
Made in: 1933
Purchased in: 2018
Sold in: 2023
Voltages: 110/130/220V~
Weight: 12 kg

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What was broadcast in 1933?


Listen to "Night and Day", by the orchestra of Oscar Rabin, vocals by Dan Donovan, recorded on September 29, 1933

Top view

Under-chassis view

This page was last edited on 27.11.2023