Superheterodyne radio
Made by Telefunken Radiotécnica Ibérica S.A., Getafe, provincia de Madrid, Calle de Madrid, 101. Cabinet made of white plastic. The knobs from left to right: on/off/volume, tuning. At the rear is the antenna bus. The scale is illuminated by a 12 volts, 0,1 A lamp. The receiver has a 10 cm loudspeaker. The intermediate frequency is 468 kHz. Receives on medium wave and short wave. A plate antenna is fitted on the inside of the cabinet.
Although the back panel mentions 4 tubes and an AEG selenium cell (125 volts, 85 mA), the type plate indicates that the radio is equipped with 5 tubes; apparently this cell is counted as a tube.
The radio was introduced in Spain at the end of 1954 in the colours dark brown and white.
The original price was 1590 Ptas.
Data Valves
Serial number: 213749
Dimensions (w×h×d): 24 × 18 × 14 cm
Made in: 1954
Purchased in: 2019
Voltage: 110-125 volts ~ and =
Weight: 2.4 kg
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What was broadcast in 1954?


Listen to "Soy el cante", a pasodoble, sung  by Manolo Caracol, recorded in 1954

Back with back panel
Back with panel removed
Chassis top view
Under-chassis view
Part of an advertisement in La Vanguardia, December 4, 1954

This page was last edited on 09.08.2019