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Triet Nguyen replied to Rocco John Wittwer's discussion 1935 AW23 set
"I am interested in the allwave 23. PLEASE provide more details of the radio. Thanks"
2 hours ago
Charlie Aesque replied to Charlie Aesque's discussion Anyone need a receiver?
"Triet, The back of the Scott speaker is on this page. At the estate sale, I was told that the speaker  & the Allwave 12 chassis were together, however, we now believe that the speaker may actually be for the Phantom FM Deluxe. So, I simply…"
9 hours ago
Triet Nguyen replied to Charlie Aesque's discussion Anyone need a receiver?
"Hi, I am interested in the allwave 12 chassis and speaker. Could you take picture the back of the speaker. If the speaker is original then it is good. If not, I just want the allwave 12 chassis. Thanks"
9 hours ago
Vitaliy replied to Vitaliy's discussion I look for the Power supply Scott Philharmonic.
"Hello Thom.Thanks for a positive review about my work.To manufacture the new efficient power unit + the amplifier for me doesn't present any difficulties.However I very much want to have the original power unit to this receiver!And persistently…"
yesterday
Thomas Day replied to Vitaliy's discussion I look for the Power supply Scott Philharmonic.
"Vitaly: Wonderful work on the case. While an original power supply may be difficult to find, you may have some success in building a new one. If you know electronics or have a friend who can, The required B+ and filament voltages can be provided,…"
yesterday
Evgeny Zhilaev is now a member of EH Scott Radio Enthusiasts
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Profile IconZain and Mike Downing joined EH Scott Radio Enthusiasts
Aug 27
Mike Downing posted discussions
Aug 27
Mike Downing posted a blog post

Scott 800B Chokes

OK. Figured it out. Thank-you whoever posted the 1 choke schematic. It's the speaker transformer not a choke. Sure is heavy. They made 'em big in those days.See More
Aug 27
Mike Downing posted a status
"OK. Figured it out. Thank-you whoever posted the 1 choke schematic. It's the speaker transformer not a choke. Sure is heavy."
Aug 27
Mike Downing posted a photo

Regency

Refinished Regency cabinet.
Aug 26
Mike Downing posted a status
"I have two refinished 800B cabinets. No electronics. Chippendale and Regency. Will sell one. In Las Vegas. fisherhifi@outlook.com."
Aug 26
Sam Samuelian commented on Sam Samuelian's blog post Something Called A Magnavox Concert Grand I forgot to discuss!
"Hi Bruce,        I DO want to talk to you about my MPV in Clifton cabinet. I am against the wall with an important decision to make so please post or email me with you new email. I am sms@bee.net. Thanks so much, Sam"
Aug 25
Norman S Braithwaite replied to Felix-A. Gravel's discussion My Allwave XV's Jensen
"Felix:  Yes, 800 ohms is about right for the first field coil.  You have a good candidate for reconing.  Bruce is correct regarding the demand in Asia for these speakers however the basket on your speaker is the more fragile and less…"
Aug 23
Y2K Bruce replied to Felix-A. Gravel's discussion My Allwave XV's Jensen
"Hi Felix-you should also be aware your speaker is the highly sought after cast aluminum basket version. The Asians love to buy these for several hundreds of $$. Most AW 15s had a metal cover over the back of the speaker with a bolt through the…"
Aug 23
Felix-A. Gravel replied to Felix-A. Gravel's discussion My Allwave XV's Jensen
"Thank you for you answer Norman, The second field coil measures in specs (2220 ohms). So that's good to know! How about the first one between the two thick pins? Does 800 ohms seem OK to you? And the voice coil? I do not feel any rubbing when I…"
Aug 22

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1935 AW23 set

Started by Rocco John Wittwer. Last reply by Triet Nguyen 2 hours ago. 1 Reply

as graciously identified by Y2K Bruce.I'm quite anxious to sell as we have listed our home and must downsize.Four new (and expensive) 2A3 tubes were purchased and installed in about 1977 and the set…Continue

Anyone need a receiver?

Started by Charlie Aesque. Last reply by Charlie Aesque 9 hours ago. 5 Replies

Hey guys, I purchased several E. H. Scott (and McMurdo Silver) receivers a few months back from the Mottern estate (he was an electrical engineer who collected ultra high-end radios). Due to lack of…Continue

Tags: scott, Philharmonic, sale, radios, allwave

I look for the Power supply Scott Philharmonic.

Started by Vitaliy. Last reply by Vitaliy yesterday. 10 Replies

Hello dear fans of radio SCOTT.I look for the Power supply Scott Philharmonic .Perhaps someone can offer it for sale?Thank you in advance for the help.With respect and the best regards.Continue

Scott 800B Chokes

Started by Mike Downing Aug 27. 0 Replies

OK. Figured it out. Thank-you whoever posted the 1 choke schematic. It's the speaker transformer not a choke. Sure is heavy. They made 'em big in those days.Continue

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Scott 800B Chokes

Posted by Mike Downing on August 27, 2015 at 2:11am 0 Comments

OK. Figured it out. Thank-you whoever posted the 1 choke schematic. It's the speaker transformer not a choke. Sure is heavy. They made 'em big in those days.

Scott 800B Chokes

Posted by Mike Downing on August 26, 2015 at 10:47pm 0 Comments

I have an 800B with 800B dial and back marked serial 800 262.

The power supply has the single choke on it with a heavy 6 wire choke

mounted on the speaker and connected via the speaker connector and

harness. The radio was working fine 10 years ago when the radio was

put in storage and power supply chassis were separated and the wires

detached from the speaker and tweeter. Some of the choke wires got

detached as well. Where can I get a schematic of how to reattach…

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Something Called A Magnavox Concert Grand I forgot to discuss!

Posted by Sam Samuelian on August 17, 2015 at 9:44pm 9 Comments

With all my talk about the top radios we all love, I forgot to tell you about my Magnavox Concert Grand, the 1861 console phonograph that is considered by many the finest console stereo phonograph ever made. First there is the outstanding cabinet which is a beautiful piece of furniture in any of the styles which were released. Mine is the French Provincialin Mahogany and weighs about three hundred pounds and contains 42 (!) tubes. It has a turntable made by Collaro of Britain and uses two…

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THE GREAT CROSLEY WLW

Posted by Sam Samuelian on August 17, 2015 at 9:25pm 0 Comments

Hello my friends. It has been quite a while since I've been able to post here and to read posts by others. I had quite a few health problems that also led to financial ones. But I'm here to tell you about my Crosley WLW, which after a full year has finally been totally restored by my man Chuck Azzalina, who did an outstanding job. Believe me when I tell you that this is the finest console radio I have ever heard bar none. It has power to spare for one thing. The bass is quite full, and the…

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