The Fine Things are Always Hand Made
After rebuilding my Philly psu, I thought that it would be useful if I could test as a stand alone unit.After checking of transformers, insulation wiring etc, the rectifier tubes were installed…Continue
Hello and Happy New Year !I am new to the group and just getting started on repairing/restoring an Allwave 12 to operating condition. The serial number is Y-98 and it has a Napier cabinet that is in…Continue
I am in the process of restoring an early pointer dial Philly, only problem is I don't have the Magnavox speaker or tweeters that belong to this radio,here is my solution to the problem, not original…Continue
All - The moderators removed an account that was a bit "phishy" today. We try hard to keep these folks off the forum, but every once in awhile, one gets in. Please ignore/delete any questionable messages and let's keep on talking Scotts!
So I finally found an 18" speaker for my Masterpiece V in Clifton cabinet. The original speaker is most likely in Japan, courtesy of a greedy seller.
The MP5 amplifier in my radio has a six-pin socket for the speaker cable, and the speaker I have has a cable with six-pin connector as well. What concerns me are the measured field coil resistances - 3410 Ohms between pins 1-6, and 365 Ohms between pins 3-6, respectively. Both coils are connected in series.