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Norman S Braithwaite replied to Rodney Jay Groom's discussion Help identifying an amplifier
"That is the power supply/amplifier for the Musicale.  Both plus a speaker are required for a complete Musicale.  The Musicale is uncommon and quite collectable. Norman"
6 hours ago
Rodney Jay Groom posted a discussion

Help identifying an amplifier

Hi...new to the forum...was wondering if anyone might be able to help ID an amplifier that I have came across. When I got it....it was with a Scott Radio Labs Musicalle amp/mixer, But I haven't been able to identify the second piece. There aren't a lot of markings on it....ive included some pics. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks JaySee More
9 hours ago
Rodney Jay Groom is now a member of EH Scott Radio Enthusiasts
22 hours ago
Scott Seickel replied to Scott Seickel's discussion Is This a Chicago Dial?
"David, the glass is a high iron glass.  Not the best choice IMHO.  A gold/ivory paint for the lettering would have been better.  Take a look at how green the letters show when a light is on the edge, like our dial lights. I know, with…"
yesterday
David C. Poland replied to Scott Seickel's discussion Is This a Chicago Dial?
"Great addition to the RADIO DAZE inventory. thank you for your effort. Even my original Chicago pointer dial,  the traveling lamp behind the mask does not quite align with the the call letter circles adjacent anyway. The new repo dial looks be…"
yesterday
Scott Seickel replied to Scott Seickel's discussion Is This a Chicago Dial?
"Ok.  Radiodaze has reproduced my central call station dial.  It is available on their website.  The new one matches up pretty good.  The lettering is a light mint green instead of an ivory, so that is a bit of a…"
yesterday
Thomas Day replied to Jeff Barna's discussion AW23 Restoration?
"I have always been curious as to why this arrangement was chosen for the Allwave 23.  I also have the 5 knob 1935 model.  I have restored it well enough to play, but I still need to put it back on the bench for a complete alignment.…"
Thursday
Norman S Braithwaite replied to Dave's discussion 24 Volt Transformer Recommendation
""Phono only"...  Irrelevant!  I intended "remote version only" as operation of the phonograph on non-remote versions was from the switch on the plinth.  But, of course, we are discussing the remote version. Norman"
Thursday
Dave replied to Dave's discussion 24 Volt Transformer Recommendation
"Yes David, I misspoke perhaps, 24v thru the 4pin octal at ps rear. As with remote we’ll use the Jones harness to intercept functions via a toggle of sorts, this way things will look rather original if only for the toggle mount. Because I have…"
Thursday
David C. Poland replied to Jeff Barna's discussion AW23 Restoration?
"Jeff - Welcome to the Scott site. Evidently, you have the  5 knob version of the AW-23. There is no radio/phono switch like the later 7 knob AW-23 has. Your phono posts in the rear left should be connected by a short jumper wire for radio…"
Thursday
David C. Poland replied to Dave's discussion 24 Volt Transformer Recommendation
"Dave - to clarify, the 24 volt transformer was mounted inside the amp, using the 4 holes on the side apron about mid way, and opposite the side with the cable sockets. Your amp should have a cable socket to fit a 4 pin plug from the 2nd receiver…"
Thursday
Norman S Braithwaite replied to Dave's discussion 24 Volt Transformer Recommendation
"Yes.  The Jones plug would have been one of two or more that connected to a junction box at the radio (phono version only).  The phonograph included a remote operated motor to operate the off-start-reject selector mounted to the…"
Thursday
Dave replied to Dave's discussion 24 Volt Transformer Recommendation
"Just what  needed to hear Norm. Mine is dated 39, not sure of chronology but as ordered it’s safe to say this “XX” rendition at the cusp of FMs that predicate, it’s an odd duck. Based on findings within the chassis,…"
Thursday
Norman S Braithwaite replied to Dave's discussion 24 Volt Transformer Recommendation
"Switching between radio and phono on the remote control Philharmonic was indeed interesting.  A local remote keyboard was required and provided for this operation.  I think your approach is more practical. Norman"
Thursday
Dave replied to Dave's discussion 24 Volt Transformer Recommendation
"Thanks Norman. Yes plenty of 24v stuff out there, likely use Hammond for price and availability. Yes again on this, a BOL with remote. The selectivity switch that bumped phono input had been replaced and from all the schematics I’ve concluded…"
Thursday
Norman S Braithwaite replied to Dave's discussion 24 Volt Transformer Recommendation
""Control transformer", the largest one that will fit under the chassis and make reasonable use of the original mounting holes (adapter likely needed).  Control transformers come in many sizes and styles.  I presume you have a…"
Thursday

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Help identifying an amplifier

Started by Rodney Jay Groom. Last reply by Norman S Braithwaite 6 hours ago. 1 Reply

Hi...new to the forum...was wondering if anyone might be able to help ID an amplifier that I have came across. When I got it....it was with a Scott Radio Labs Musicalle amp/mixer, But I haven't been…Continue

Is This a Chicago Dial?

Started by Scott Seickel. Last reply by Scott Seickel yesterday. 8 Replies

Looking up the station call letters, I am thinking this is a Chicago dial.  The top of this dial is ok, the bottom must have gotten wet sometime in it's life and is destroyed.  It looks like Radio…Continue

AW23 Restoration?

Started by Jeff Barna. Last reply by Thomas Day on Thursday. 4 Replies

Looking for comments and advice from as many members willing to share. I’ve had an AW23 with the Laureate Grande cabinet since the 70’s. I used to play it but it’s been sitting idle for over 30 years…Continue

24 Volt Transformer Recommendation

Started by Dave. Last reply by Norman S Braithwaite on Thursday. 8 Replies

Need 24v transformer for Philly supply, what would you use ?Continue

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Need information on my serial number PP 86 Scott radio

Posted by bernie mock on March 5, 2019 at 10:30am 1 Comment

 I have an EH Scott multiband radio  Serial number PP 86.  Can anyone tell me about this radio ?  Is it what they call a Phantom?  I have posted my pictures.  Any help would be appreciated.

OXFORD CABINET

Posted by Mike Kennedy on December 15, 2018 at 6:00pm 0 Comments

FOR SALE SEE MY PICS

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Scott Tasman cabinet

Posted by Phil Bartells on September 5, 2018 at 7:56pm 3 Comments

Greetings.  I have a Scott Tasman cabinet for sale.  Have a look at my page for pictures.  Any reasonable offer will be accepted.  Thanks, Phil Bartells

EH SCOTT, FM PHANTOM (28 TUBE), WARRINGTON CABINET....GRILL CLOTH

Posted by Dean Trenery on August 30, 2018 at 5:03pm 1 Comment

Hello...

I have had this radio for 25+ years.

It is all original, and is in working condition.

It has the original grill cloth (gold...with musical note pattern).

Recently my cat decided it looked like an interesting scratch pad.

I am afraid I need to replace it...

Anyone have a source for this item?

Thanks, Dean/Seattle

 
 
 

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