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Gene Densmore is now a member of EH Scott Radio Enthusiasts
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Thomas Day replied to Cody Serucsak's discussion Aw15 questions
"This configuration was used by several companies including Hammond organ, which used two 12inch Jensens with different values for the field coils. They also used the quad 2A3 output tubes.  I had one of these amps in a Hammond tone cabinet.…"
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Nicolle is now a member of EH Scott Radio Enthusiasts
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David C. Poland replied to Cody Serucsak's discussion Aw15 questions
"Note also, the speaker has 2 field coils. One in the high voltage circuit, the other is in the bias circuit for the output tubes."
Apr 11
Nick Tusa is now a member of EH Scott Radio Enthusiasts
Apr 11
Kent King replied to Cody Serucsak's discussion Aw15 questions
"Thanks...D-334 is the entire serial number. I can't tell you a lot about the date on this set, no info in the D prefix. However, all the AW15 sets were built from March 1934 to about May/June 1935. Also, if you have not found it - the Scott…"
Apr 10
Cody Serucsak replied to Cody Serucsak's discussion Aw15 questions
"Theres a smudgy spot that could be a 1. After that its D-334. And good to know on the power supply.. so it -might- be ok. I have to rewire the tuner as the external wiring is completely shot. Cut/chewed up etc. I can see if i can get some pics…"
Apr 10
Scott Dickson replied to mike hadley's discussion philharmionic bezel spring
"Hi Mike, I was wondering if you had any success in reproducing a dial bezel or eschuteon for a Philharmonic?  I hope so.  Let me know when you can.  Thanks so much. Scott Dickson "
Apr 10
Dave replied to Jim Sargent's discussion Scott radios at auction
"Thanks Kent"
Apr 10
Kent King replied to Jim Sargent's discussion Scott radios at auction
"The Scott FM tuner converts the old FM band (41-50 MHz) to a phono input. You place the tuner near your set, connect the output to the phono input, and presto: you have FM. For modern purposes, it can be used the same way, I have an 88-108 to 45mHz…"
Apr 10
Kent King replied to Cody Serucsak's discussion Aw15 questions
"Cody - Do not power the power supply without it being connected to both the set and the speaker. The voltages will be too high without the load of the tuner and this can easily damage the amplifier. Scott sets must be fully connected before applying…"
Apr 10
Dave replied to Jim Sargent's discussion Scott radios at auction
"Thanks Kent. Generally I'd be interested in how folks would use these ie if they were plugged into radios or stand alone ?"
Apr 9
Cody Serucsak posted a discussion

Aw15 questions

So i found a aw15 in the abandoned old barn out back. .. now suprisingly the wood isnt too bad given thr age and the fact it was laying in a barn for who knows how long. The good news the top end. Tuner chassis looks ok for the most part. Besides a few stuck controls a broken coil and a bent in "can" lid thing. Plus the external wiring is shot. Have not tested the tuner but have been trying to get the power supply/amp side going. I saw a parts list/location sheet. That page calls for 8 mfd at…See More
Apr 9
Cody Serucsak is now a member of EH Scott Radio Enthusiasts
Apr 9
Kent King replied to Jim Sargent's discussion Scott radios at auction
"Dave - I do know who bought the FM Tuner. I also own one. What would you like to know about them? Kent"
Apr 9

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Aw15 questions

Started by Cody Serucsak. Last reply by Thomas Day yesterday. 5 Replies

So i found a aw15 in the abandoned old barn out back. .. now suprisingly the wood isnt too bad given thr age and the fact it was laying in a barn for who knows how long. The good news the top end.…Continue

philharmionic bezel spring

Started by mike hadley. Last reply by Scott Dickson Apr 10. 18 Replies

The dial bezel on my philly had tarnished to a dull brown, and the glass locking spring had rusted in position, this proved quite difficult to remove, after working at the old spring with a pick I…Continue

Scott radios at auction

Started by Jim Sargent. Last reply by Dave Apr 10. 13 Replies

Not sure if this is the correct...or appropriate place to let other Scott collectors know of an auction that will be posted this weekend.  Lots of radios and audio stuff in general, but this will be…Continue

AW15 in Westminster Cabinet for Sale

Started by Steve Pierce Apr 7. 0 Replies

Hi all. I am selling my restored AW15 and Westminster cabinet. Both chassis have been gone through electronically and play quite well with excellent sensitivity. The tuning meter works and the…Continue

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Hello From a new Friend, 800B's Here

Posted by Mike Baldwin on March 29, 2021 at 1:47pm 6 Comments

Just a quick hello since I got my account active.  Very neat forum.  I have lurked and read a lot here in the past now time to add a bit of info.

I just picked up my second 800, a 800-B6, very interesting back story.

More info and photos as soon as I can.



Thanks all,



Mike

Cossor 3468

GE 417A

Maj 92

Phil. 118H

Radiola 17/100

Scott 800-B

Scott…

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The FM Phantom that wasn't

Posted by Kent King on March 14, 2021 at 10:40pm 3 Comments

So this interesting chassis landed here this weekend, thanks to fellow member Dave Poland. He brought me a Phantom Deluxe, but I quickly realized, it was originally supposed to be an FM Phantom. In the first two pictures, note the plugged tube holes and the plugs and extra holes on the side of the chassis.…

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AW23 Tuner rebuild.

Posted by John Perry on March 14, 2021 at 10:19pm 2 Comments

Greetings Working on the AW23 tuner rebuild.

I replaced the grid cap wire on the ifs. Can I leave it a few inches longer and tuck it back in the can (Im using test probe wire its super flexible) or should they be as short as possible.

Also the condenser trimmers on the ifs have a lot of powdery oxidation.  Any suggestions on cleaning? was thinking of alcohol and a flux brush. Or should I just leave it alone? 

Thanks

John

Phantom or Masterpiece set of Brass backplates wanted

Posted by David Wilson on March 13, 2021 at 12:19pm 2 Comments

I'm working on finishing a Masterpiece radio project and I'm trying to round up some missing parts. I'm looking for a set of brass backplates that go behind the knobs for a Phantom or a Masterpiece. Does anyone here have a set of these they are willing to sell?

Thanks!


David

 
 
 

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