The Fine Things are Always Hand Made
Hi folks! A few weeks ago I was forwarded an unusual email by a fellow S.Q.C.R.A. member. A certain gentleman up in Picton Ontario was looking to pass on his father's beloved Masterpiece VI to an…Continue
As most of you know, I've been gathering and analyzing Scott serial numbers for over 20 years. I have a couple requests....first, if you haven't sent me your serial numbers, please do. Also...if any…Continue
After quite a while I'm getting back to the AW-12 and I'm hoping I can get some tips on the IF alignment.Since I do not have any spare IF covers I'll need to drill a hole in at least one of the…Continue
Thanks to Jim Sargent (of Jim Sargent Auctions), I acquired my first Scott, a Phantom Deluxe FM (model BFM, sn ZZ455) receiver and power supply which became available in Lubbock TX where I live.
After making initial repairs so I could make "as found" measurements - I discovered obvious volume changes when I change SELECTIVITY. Tuned to noise between stations, using SHARP as my 0db volume reference at the output transformer, the noise is +17db louder when switched to MEDIUM,…Continue