The Fine Things are Always Hand Made
I'll be headed to Kutztown with a few pre-war converters in tow this Friday. If there are any interested parties, Kent has offered to bring them back to his place for easy pick up and saving of…Continue
Hello all I have a Scott all wave 15 LATE with a shorted to ground filter choke(The one mounted on the top of the chassis.) the only info on the schematic says it is a 30 Henry choke but no info as…Continue
Looking through Scott News, Scott specified the Philharmonic at 0.5uV sensitivity (I also see Scott used what we now call MDS, which is +3db S+N/N with an AM signal). The Phantom is spec'd at 0.6…Continue
Hi, all. I have been collecting radios for about 20 years, but only in the last month have I had the courage to dip a toe into the Cadillac of radios. I had a change to get about 4 Scott consoles…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