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Sam Andersen is now a member of EH Scott Radio Enthusiasts
yesterday
Kent King commented on Thomas Peters's blog post The Bomb and Scott....
"Good eye....I went on the PBS site and reviewed the segment. That is either a model 310 or 510, circa 1950-51...so it wasn't a radio available in 1945. That's not too uncommon, they use a lot of stock footage to create these documentaries.…"
Wednesday
Thomas Peters posted a blog post

The Bomb and Scott....

Our local PBS outlet ran a show last night named, The Bomb, about development of atomic weaponry. At a point, approximately between 68 and 72 minutes, there is a sequence of radio receivers pictured onscreen.One of  those  appears to be either a 16A or 800B. Anyone else here that can positively identify what model Scott it is?See More
Wednesday
Bob Bell is now a member of EH Scott Radio Enthusiasts
Monday
Terry wise updated their profile
Sunday
Scott Seickel replied to Joe Miller's discussion Scott Radios sans Cabinet
"Good condition, good chrome and knobs makes $400 a good price. I would not hesitate to get it if you want one."
Sunday
Duane Bylund replied to Kent King's discussion Kalamazoo Meet
"Kent, did you ever sell the Selectone battery super at Kalamazoo?"
Saturday
Joe Miller replied to Joe Miller's discussion Scott Radios sans Cabinet
"Thanks Norm, I found a Phantom Deluxe amp and tuner chassis (no speaker or cabinet) at an antique shop that I think he would sell for $400.  It is on a stand and I wondered if might be something that came from Scott. Chrome…"
Saturday
Norman S Braithwaite replied to Joe Miller's discussion Scott Radios sans Cabinet
"The only Scott offering that displayed the chassis was the Napier Consolette cabinet on which the Scott tuner chassis sat.  This cabinet was available with the Allwave Deluxe, Fifteen, and Full Range High Fidelity (AKA AW-23) models only. …"
Saturday
Joe Miller posted a discussion

Scott Radios sans Cabinet

Did Scott offer a display rack for any of it's radios for customers who didn' want to buy a cabinet?If so what did it look like?JoeSee More
Jul 24
Thomas Day replied to David Melin's discussion New guy. Recently obtained an Allwave 23 in a Tasman cabinet! (photos)
"I used KIWI neutral shoe polish on the Waverly cabinet of my Allwave 23. This was recommended by a friend who deals in antique furniture. It removes the dirt and leaves a nice shine. "
Jul 22
Chip Farnsworth commented on Chip Farnsworth's blog post RBO - 3 CZC46225-A
"Hey Kent, thanks for the info, this one was on a sub according to Pops, in in great shape and was referred to as 'the anchor' due to the weight."
Jul 22
David C. Poland replied to David Melin's discussion New guy. Recently obtained an Allwave 23 in a Tasman cabinet! (photos)
"And vacuum the cabinet and chassis first.  The clear plastic dial strip can be cleaned with a mild detergent on a damp cloth. My experience is the numbering is water fast.  Your cabinet looks pretty good, too. Should clean up nicely. Just…"
Jul 21
David C. Poland replied to David Melin's discussion New guy. Recently obtained an Allwave 23 in a Tasman cabinet! (photos)
"Nice first Scott to have.  It offers real high fidelity audio.   To clean the chrome, I like Turtle Wax brand liquid chrome polish. leaves a bit of a protective coat. Take your time. Use pieces of old hand/bath towel as applicator. When…"
Jul 21
Terry wise is now a member of EH Scott Radio Enthusiasts
Jul 21
john stafford replied to john stafford's discussion need small gear under platter of webster-chicago 106-1
"thanks for the help i well try to make a mold for it i have lost about 5 teeth so if i do it right i can form it and turn it 5 teeth and add more plastic i hope it works john"
Jul 20

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Scott Radios sans Cabinet

Started by Joe Miller. Last reply by Scott Seickel on Sunday. 3 Replies

Did Scott offer a display rack for any of it's radios for customers who didn' want to buy a cabinet?If so what did it look like?JoeContinue

Kalamazoo Meet

Started by Kent King. Last reply by Duane Bylund on Saturday. 2 Replies

For all the Enthusiasts here: Is anyone planning to attend the Michigan Extravaganza at Kalamazoo this coming weekend? If so, maybe some of us could get together on Friday afternoon to meet and talk.…Continue

New guy. Recently obtained an Allwave 23 in a Tasman cabinet! (photos)

Started by David Melin. Last reply by Thomas Day Jul 22. 6 Replies

Being one of the "new guys" here, I am not yet familiar with the "etiquette" in this forum, so I will save you the "back story" and fast forward to when I obtained this, my first E.H. Scott radio! …Continue

need small gear under platter of webster-chicago 106-1

Started by john stafford. Last reply by john stafford Jul 20. 4 Replies

fellow SCOTT members do any of you know where i can buy the small gear under the platter of a Webster--Chicago record player, i had 2 of the gears but for some reason it took most of the teeth off,i…Continue

Blog Posts

The Bomb and Scott....

Posted by Thomas Peters on July 29, 2015 at 9:16am 1 Comment

Our local PBS outlet ran a show last night named, The Bomb, about development of atomic weaponry. At a point, approximately between 68 and 72 minutes, there is a sequence of radio receivers pictured onscreen.

One of  those  appears to be either a 16A or 800B. Anyone else here that can positively identify what model Scott it is?

RBO - 3 CZC46225-A

Posted by Chip Farnsworth on July 13, 2015 at 4:20pm 2 Comments

This radio was my late grandfathers and was on a submarine he claimed. Not sure if it works and don't want to plug it in due to possible current sensitivity of radio. It's appears to be in great shape and knowing him, it probably works. I'm curious about the value of this unit, thanks! 

Remove chassis, dial & front panel from grand Chippendale cabinet

Posted by Harris Honickman on July 5, 2015 at 7:30pm 2 Comments

To all:

I want to save the key radio components from a rather distressed Chippendale-Grand cabinet.

There just seems to be one bracket and a couple of wood screws affixing the top tuner chassis to the back of the cabinet. If I want to remove that chassis, what do I have to do to remove it? Will the front panel with the dial come out with the chassis? I don't see any attaching hardware at the front of the cabinet.

Of course, I will remove the control knobs with their…

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E. H. Scott Product Placement at Klingberg Vintage Motorcar Festival

Posted by Ken Carr on June 20, 2015 at 6:51pm 4 Comments

6/20/2015

Radios are not my only hobby interest. Old cars also make me smile. For that reason my wife and I attended the Klingberg Vintage Motorcar Festival in New Britain, CT today. 

I wore my Scott T-shirt thinking that there might be some fellow radio enthusiasts attending the event. I'm always ready to talk radio.

Well, there was no talk of radio but I did happen to meet the Grand Marshall of the event, Wayne Carini. Most mornings I watch him on TV as he appears in…

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