Telefunken "Condor" 965WK
Existing my radio receiver is working, although the appearance of injuries. The unit has a few repairs, the fabric on the front panel has not survived, and it had to be replaced. There remained lower ledge decorative border, is well illustrated by the photo.
For comparison, appears photo of well preserved receiver with a "native" design the... read more >>
Model 42-350 is a seven (7) tube superheterodyne radio designed for reception of standard, shortwave and Frequency Modulation broadcast stations, and the sound of a television program tuned in by special Philco Television Radios. The radio Incorporates six electric push-buttons for automatically tuning five stations in the standard broadcasting band. Philco built-in: low impedance loop aerial for reception of... read more >>
Television receiver "Moskvich - T1" was intended to receive television signal in transmission standard definition 625 lines, as well as take broadcasters frequency modulation stations operating within the range of 45-47 MHz. With little alteration horizontal scanning it can be used for receiving images on the old standard (with decomposition at 343 lines). In addition, "T1-Moskvich" has jacks for connecting... read more >>
Several designs shortwave converters were invited by radio amateurs in 1930 - 1940 years. These converters have received very widespread and was very popular. The only downside, which is found in their design some hams - uncomfortable scale tuning. Ordinary limbs and vernier handles are uncomfortable "blind" scale. There are many shortwave radiostations, each of these stations is taken... read more >>
The People’s Radio (German Volksempfänger, Volks-Empfenger) is a unique, unparalleled program launched in Germany in 1933. We are talking about the manufacture of completely identical radios by different firms on the basis of a single design documentation and using the same parts and assemblies. Volksempfänger should have allowed every family to listen to the radio. The device cost 76 Reichsmarks... read more >>
Essex, is an English county blessed with quite a number of radio manufacturers from the 1920's right through to the late 1960's One major factory was that of E.K.Cole, Priory Works, Priory Crescent, Southend on Sea. They had earlier manufactured from smaller premises at nearby Leigh-on-Sea, but with the burgeoning radio industry the new site was established.
Throughout the whole of the radio collecting world, the name "FADA" excites any serious collector's palate and especially for their range of catalin products, and particulary those sets popularised as "Fada Bullets", or less frequently, "Fada Streamliners". Before covering these wonderful looking radios, let's examine the company's history.FADA was founded as F.A.D Andrea in New York,... read more >>
Philips "Plano" Radios
Why telling a story about plano's on a website? Real radio collectors concentrate on prewar sets or don't they? No they don't. At least not all of them. If your (grand) parents lived in the Netherlands in the sixties, chances are great the radio they had in the living room can be found on one of these pages. I... read more >>