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Kent King commented on Ken Carr's photo
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"Yes, that appears to be a speaker for a Phantom. Testing with an ohmmeter is the surest way to confirm compatibility."
7 hours ago
Kent King posted a blog post

Shield Grid 9 SW coils

Scott made plug-in SW coils for the Shield Grid 9. I'm researching them a bit and I could use more data points. If ANY of you have some of the SG9 SW coils, please contact me. I've got a few questions for you. Thanks!See More
Friday
Kent King replied to Auroraoldradios's discussion How do I dismount the pedestal speaker from a Philharmonic New Tasman cabinet?
"Try here: http://www.ronellclock.com/Convex-Glass_c62.htm Pretty much every size you could want."
Thursday
Auroraoldradios replied to Auroraoldradios's discussion How do I dismount the pedestal speaker from a Philharmonic New Tasman cabinet?
"Thanks for the help. Now to find a glass dial cover."
Thursday
Norman S Braithwaite replied to Auroraoldradios's discussion How do I dismount the pedestal speaker from a Philharmonic New Tasman cabinet?
"Stuck to paint was my second guess! Norman"
Wednesday
Auroraoldradios replied to Auroraoldradios's discussion How do I dismount the pedestal speaker from a Philharmonic New Tasman cabinet?
"There were just 2 of those wood screws on the bottom, but the wood base was stuck to floor. A previous owner had painted the cabinet blue and stuck the speaker in before the paint dried. Anyway, after a little careful prying all is well. The cone is…"
Wednesday
Doug Faubion replied to Doug Faubion's discussion Allwave 15 Voltage
"It has 2A7 on the socket and shows signs of rework but no tape on the cap."
Tuesday
Dan Morales commented on Ken Carr's photo
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"Hey John, or anyone who could identify, attached  pic's of speaker I am fairly sure is out of my  Phantom. I would appreciate confirmation. Dan"
Tuesday
David C. Poland replied to Auroraoldradios's discussion How do I dismount the pedestal speaker from a Philharmonic New Tasman cabinet?
"The silver painted wood base is there to raise the speaker height enough so the speaker basket is just above the cabinet floor. That silver wood piece should not normally be secured to the cabinet floor. Leave the 4 screw/nuts alone. Owners manual…"
Tuesday
David C. Poland replied to Doug Faubion's discussion Allwave 15 Voltage
"The 2A7 tube says factory update to me. Sets returned to Scott get returned with 2 inch brown paper packing tape wrapped around the receiver front right electrolytic cap. Does the socket now say 2A7 and if so, show signs of later solder work?"
Tuesday
Norman S Braithwaite replied to Auroraoldradios's discussion How do I dismount the pedestal speaker from a Philharmonic New Tasman cabinet?
"Your speaker is held to the front panel by wood screws, not to the floorboard.  Remove the screws holding the speaker basket to the baffle board (front board) and try again. Norman"
Tuesday
Auroraoldradios posted a discussion

How do I dismount the pedestal speaker from a Philharmonic New Tasman cabinet?

I see the 4 large screws in the speaker base but when I try to loosen them they act like there are nuts in the wood base that are turning. The wood base is permanently mounted to the floor of the cabinet.See More
Tuesday
Larry Lindsey liked W4CLM's discussion EH Scott SLR-M (Rack Mounts ?)
Monday
Don Speakman commented on Don Speakman's photo
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Photo uploaded on February 6, 2016

"Great observations Kent! Thanks for your comment. I have the antenna that was mentioned in the letter. I had uploaded a picture and year or so ago. Cheers!"
Feb 8
Doug Faubion replied to Doug Faubion's discussion Allwave 15 Voltage
"My radio has a 3 position static switch (sensitivity) on the front and 4 antenna post and a toggle switch on the back under the antenna post.  It has a 2A7 mixer.  "
Feb 7
David C. Poland replied to Doug Faubion's discussion Allwave 15 Voltage
"The dark red, at least a red cast (not bright red). center button of that socket does indicate it was built as a Wunderlick 2nd detector set. There are 2 diragrams found (3 for the later 55 sets).  Several versions of the Wunderlick sets have…"
Feb 7

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How do I dismount the pedestal speaker from a Philharmonic New Tasman cabinet?

Started by Auroraoldradios. Last reply by Kent King on Thursday. 6 Replies

I see the 4 large screws in the speaker base but when I try to loosen them they act like there are nuts in the wood base that are turning. The wood base is permanently mounted to the floor of the…Continue

Allwave 15 Voltage

Started by Doug Faubion. Last reply by Doug Faubion on Tuesday. 23 Replies

I am Working on an  ALLWAVE 15 S/N f-303 and I could use a tube voltage chart ie the voltage on each pin of all of the tubes in the set. I do not have the speaker for the radio and had to make a…Continue

WTB: Four Allwave 23 tube shields with grid slot

Started by Art Bilski Feb 5. 0 Replies

I need 4 tube shields with the grid slot for an Allwave 23 I recently picked up.Any help will be appreciated.ArtContinue

EH Scott SLR-M (Rack Mounts ?)

Started by W4CLM. Last reply by W4CLM Jan 28. 2 Replies

1/27/2016Good morning gang. Thanks for adding me to the group.   I've got a Scott SLR-M and boy does that receiver work great.  Just replaced all the power supply capacitors in it yesterday and did a…Continue

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Shield Grid 9 SW coils

Posted by Kent King on February 11, 2016 at 10:03pm 0 Comments

Scott made plug-in SW coils for the Shield Grid 9. I'm researching them a bit and I could use more data points. If ANY of you have some of the SG9 SW coils, please contact me. I've got a few questions for you. Thanks!

Replacing the 7 capacitors in the Bass Box

Posted by Ken Carr on January 22, 2016 at 12:17pm 0 Comments

My Philharmonic had a number of problems when I first began to repair it. Once all the major problems were taken care of (thanks mostly due to several very helpful people on this forum) I finally got around to the nasty bits. There is rectangular box under the chassis which I think is called the Bass Boost Box. All seams are fully soldered together and the wires that leave it come out just one hole. It was recommended that I change out all of those capacitors. I saved that job for…

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Remote keyboard kits available

Posted by Norman S Braithwaite on January 16, 2016 at 12:18pm 0 Comments

I am offering the remaining stock of incomplete Scott remote control keyboards being reproduced by the late Jim Schwalbe through the site accessible from the link below.

http://www.antiqueradios.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=292211

If you are interested, I recommend that you place your order through that listing according to the rules of that site. If you try to order directly from me…

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Is this Laureate in a Oxford cabinet

Posted by Bob Jackson on January 11, 2016 at 12:38pm 4 Comments

Hi Gents,

Been a while since I wrote. I picked up a Scott Laureate and would ask if anyone could confirm the cabinet type for me. From pictures on the site, it most resembles the Oxford cabinet Y2K Bruce has posted. This one however has a split top, a front door and a bit more gingerbread carving. Would you consider this to also be an Oxford cabinet? My Laureate has the spot for a turntable but it appears one was never installed. It has a different speaker and includes the tweeters…

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Folks - Alan Jesperson has acquired a very nice (excellent chrome) pointer Philharmonic in a Warrington cabinet. Give him a call if you are interested. - Kent

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