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Y2K Bruce's Discussions

Collection downsize

Started Mar 21 0 Replies

I am going to downsize my personal collection and would work with anyone interested in any of these.PM or email me for more info and photosy2kbruce@gmail.comEH Scott 16 in Warrington cabinet…Continue

My Herron with a Scott Super XII done

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bill Liers Mar 27, 2017. 3 Replies

After a 3 year wait, I today finally put my Super XII into the Herron cabinet I bought years ago with an Airline set in it. I had the Scott gone through and recapped. This Super XII is serial TT-88…Continue

Downsizing my Scott collection

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ray Taylor Apr 21, 2017. 1 Reply

I plan to downsize my personal collection of Scotts and have about 10 or more to sell off.The 1st one to go is a 30 tube Philly pointer dial in the Warrington cabinet. I have owned this about 10…Continue

another AW27 Scott with cabinet

Started this discussion. Last reply by Scott Seickel Feb 14, 2015. 2 Replies

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Y2K Bruce replied to Troy Taylor's discussion Just acquired first EH Scott radio, an Allwave 12, and have some questions.
"TROYS TRAVAILS got me to take out again my Scott dual dial AW12and figure out why I had no sound. It was recently electrically restored by a skilled friend and once home here I was unable to get sound. It traced down to needing a long antenna but…"
Oct 14
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"I am sure its an original finish. If you saw it in person its not as nice as the photos show. There is crazing and cracks in the veneer and obvious deterioration in the original finish. It still presents nice enough to be in my living room as a…"
Jul 30
David C. Poland commented on Y2K Bruce's photo
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"Looks original finish to me, from what I can see from your photo.  "
Jul 29
Scott Seickel commented on Y2K Bruce's photo
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"Do you know if that is the original finish?  Looks like it might be.  I have one of these and the chrome is 9/10, only problem is the cabinet needs refinishing. "
Jul 29
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"Turns out this 30 tube pointer Philly was all recapped and tuned up by a previous owner. I ran it up on a variac today and it came alive at 80 volts and plays great. I even pulled in a Tenn SW station on a 5 inch antenna wire. 150 watts."
Jul 29
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"A rare cabinet.   Is the up-sized TASMAN - a couple inches wider and taller and 6 inched deeper than the one frequently seen with an AW-23 of the mid 1930's. Available for awhile in 1937 for the Philharmonic, then evidently dropped.…"
Jul 28
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Y2K Bruce posted a status
"Hi Kent-I just acquired A 30 tube Philharmonic pointer version in the upsized Tasman. It has serial no AA-159."
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Y2K Bruce replied to Troy Taylor's discussion Modified Allwave 23 questions
"I have a nice reconed AW23 speaker Troy and I are discussing for his AW23. How can I test the speaker toverify it does not have open circuits before I ship it to him? I am not very electrically minded but I think I can run tests on the amp plug…"
Jun 16
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"Hi Bruce! I hope you're having an excellent Easter weekend. "
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Collection downsize

I am going to downsize my personal collection and would work with anyone interested in any of these.PM or email me for more info and photosy2kbruce@gmail.comEH Scott 16 in Warrington cabinet 1938Capehart 406E Adam cabinet – 1936RCA D-22 Circa 1936Philco 509X console very rare circa 1935Airline LaFrance 62-197 circa 1936EH Scott AW23 7 knob in Warrington 1936Stromberg Carlson240R console circa 1938Magnavox Windsor Imperial entertainment Center with TV 1950Philco 16B cathedral circa 1933EH Scott…See More
Mar 21
Y2K Bruce commented on Jiri Placek's blog post McMurdo Silver / Jensen 18 inch speaker
"I discovered that a Jensen tweeter from a Zenith 12A-58 console works fine plugged into the MP 5 woofer. The pins match up and the schematics are similar and mine has lots of tweeter sounds"
Mar 21
Y2K Bruce replied to David C. Poland's discussion Alternatives to a Scott cabinet
"Finally here is an interesting McMurdo Silver Masterpiece 5 very nicely put into a modified Sparton 109 or 110 cabinet. This one was done so well I suspect MS factory technicians did it. Even the lid is now hinged."
Mar 8

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Capehart 300 Scott Philly back together

Posted on February 25, 2015 at 8:02am 0 Comments

Finally put it all back in the original early 1930's Capehart 300 cabinet. Philly chrome is super nice and plays like a million bucks thanks to Bill L for his electrical restoration

Comment Wall (9 comments)

At 11:01am on November 16, 2009, Rich Kahnberg said…
Hi Bruce,

Thanks for the welcome. I am looking forward to being a menber of the group. I do not have any unique or rare Scotts but do have several from an AW12 two dial to Philharmonics.

Best regards,
Rich
At 7:21pm on January 27, 2010, eric a sanders said…
I really think your collection is becoming superior. I only wish I had such a nice set up.
Eric
At 7:35am on January 7, 2013, Jeff Aulik said…

Thanks, Bruce.

At 6:02pm on January 22, 2015, Rocco John Wittwer said…

Thank you very much for your reply and info.  I do recall that back in about 1976 while getting the set operating I was required to buy four 2A3 tubes . As I recall they were well over $ 200.00 at that time and I was required to wait for a sufficient (months) period until the manufacturer had a sufficiently sized order before he would produce them.  Actually the set hasn't been turned on since that time. I was reasonably young and footloose at the time so I loaned the set to a local technical museum where it sat on display, for 10-15 years. It was probably the best thing I could have done or I would have likely lost it.

Do you have any idea what the set is worth?

At 3:24am on April 25, 2015, Merle Jones said…

Thanks Bruce for your comments,....at some point i'll have to get the Scotts organized and on display properly. I have sets in my garage that need to be brought out and displayed and admired like they should be as well. I really like your 16 in the Warrington cabinet.

At 4:31am on September 20, 2015, Merle Jones said…

Hello Bruce,...the Scott 16 in the Warrington cabinet is in an Imperial (AW/23) sized cabinet. I don't know why this is, as this little chassis would surely fit in an Allwave 15 sized cabinet easily. 

At 5:57pm on September 21, 2015, Y2K Bruce said…

Did you mean the Tasman with the 16 ? That's the one I was inquiring about vs the Tasman you have with the Philly in it size wise/

At 10:40am on April 19, 2016, Nick said…
Y2k bruce contact me aabout radio, how do I message anyone?
At 5:04pm on April 1, 2018, Felix-A. Gravel said…

Hi Bruce! I hope you're having an excellent Easter weekend. 

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