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Four-valve TRF receiver for AC
In oak cabinet with lift-up lid and Arbolite front. Both tuning scales are illuminated.
Weco also made a loudspeaker cabinet, that could be used together with the radio (see advertisement below).
Knobs under the scales: primary and secondary tuning. Small knobs left and middle: push/pull wave length switches (medium wave/long wave), the small knob on the right can be used to switch the two scale lights on and off. In the middle, a knob for reaction control. A volume control knob is situated at the right hand side of the cabinet. Antenna and earth can be connected at the left hand side. A loudspeaker and a gramophone player can be connected at the back of the receiver.
Data Valves  
Serial number: 639
Dimensions (hwd): 21 x 55 x 26.5 cm
Made in: 1929
Purchased in: 2012
Voltage: 220 V
 
   

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Replacement circuit

What was broadcast in 1929?

 

Listen to "Doin' The New Low Down" by the Lud Gluskin Orchestra, vocals Emile Christian, Howard Kennedy and Eddie Ritten, recorded in 1929.

 
Achteraanzicht
A look inside

Hand written text with signature and date (27/12), serial number (639) and date (31-12-1929)
Advertisement for the Weco AC receiver together with a loudspeaker cabinet with electrodynamic loudspeaker. Radio Guide of broadcast organisation Avro, August 9th, 1929.

This page was last edited on 28.04.2019