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Kent King posted a status
"I have added over 20 new files to the archive today. See the new Sales Materials folder."
Sunday
Kent King commented on Jiri Placek's blog post E.H. Scott Historical Society - Scott News
"Michael - The original doc files are not compatible and don't have images, long story but the last of these was done in 1999 on Word 2.0. I have several sets of the originals, I just haven't had time to scan them. I'll try to get to…"
Sunday
David C. Poland replied to Richard Groman's discussion Scott- Capehart
"I have been restoring a late 1939 Scott Phantom Deluxe (20 tube) with remote control. That radio/phono relay (with mounted wafer switch you pictured) should operate on 24 volts AC.   Being a remote control Philharmonic, the amp should have a…"
Saturday
Thomas Fickau left a comment for Robert Cameron
"Robt. I am getting closer on the full rebuild of the Model 16 I recently acquired.    A local fella is diggin it.   He's the one with the degree in electrical engineering.   He asked if I knew of any other Model 16…"
Saturday
Michael Lawton commented on Jiri Placek's blog post E.H. Scott Historical Society - Scott News
"Actually, if the PDF and DOC files exist, these could be easily uploaded to the net as is, or better, the DOC files converted to PDF and all uploaded in that format since that seems to be more of a standard these days. This would keep the size of…"
Friday
Fran Mayer replied to Richard Groman's discussion Scott- Capehart
"Hi, Richard Groman aske me to upload some photos of his Scoot - Capehart. The first photo is the front of the cabinet. The second Photo is the rear of the Scott receiver chassis. The third photo shows the magnetic rocker switch which is energized…"
Friday
Robert Feenstra commented on Michael Lawton's status
"Good to see you here as well the the Philco Phorum, Mike!"
Friday
Kent King posted a note

Collector's Guide

The Collector's Guide is still available...if you don't have a copy, it is a great reference to everything Scott. Email me at kent3256@hotmail.com for more information!  - Kent
Friday
Kent King posted a status
"Check out new content in the Info Archive!"
Friday
Michael Lawton commented on Michael Lawton's status
"Thanks Kent. This is a great site. I've been browsing around and found the archive, and the section on WW2 sets. I DL'd the manual, a better copy than the one I already DL'd from BAMA. I've also had fun looking at the other sets…"
Friday
Kent King commented on Michael Lawton's status
"Michael - Welcome! If you need information about the SLRM, click on the "Scott Info Archive" above, go to Set Folders and then WW II sets, then SLR series and you can find manuals and info on the set. Kent"
Thursday
Michael Lawton posted a status
"Scott SLRM"
Thursday
Michael Lawton is now a member of EH Scott Radio Enthusiasts
Thursday
David C. Poland posted a photo

800-B outboard Dynamic Noise Suppressor for 78 records

Designed for Scott Labs postwar model 800-B. Is designed to reduce both record scratch and motor rumble. This item is by Herman Hosmer Scott, Inc (of 1950's Hi-Fi fame). Image lifted from eBay.
Apr 1
Brad Winder replied to Jiri Placek's discussion How to select non-noisy tubes?
"I agree with Angelo on this...first make sure no external interference is introducing noise to your set, through either RF or AC noise. I do this by flicking off circuit breakers in our house, one at a time, while the set is playing. I've…"
Mar 30
Angelo replied to Jiri Placek's discussion How to select non-noisy tubes?
"Hi some of the tube testers let you test the tube for noise.TV-7tube testers will let you test the tube for noise.Try replacing each tube 1 at a time to see if they noise goes away.Try that with ALL the tubes ..My philharmonic 30 AM i have found RCA…"
Mar 30

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Scott- Capehart

Started by Richard Groman. Last reply by David C. Poland on Saturday. 3 Replies

I'm working on a 1938 Scott/Capehart. The original Capehart was missing.I located parts for re-installation. How do I "marry" the two units ?When I push the phonograph button on the Scott remote…Continue

How to select non-noisy tubes?

Started by Jiri Placek. Last reply by Brad Winder Mar 30. 5 Replies

My FM Philharmonic is getting noisy.  All tubes test good and non-microphonic.  I have a stash of replacement tubes and I wonder what is the best strategy for selecting "quiet" tubes.  The audio…Continue

Philly BOL Schematic

Started by Robert Feenstra. Last reply by Robert Feenstra Mar 29. 52 Replies

What schematic best represents the BOL Philharmonic?  The schematics I find seem to be for the pointer dial.  How much difference is there?Also, my BOL has had roughly half of the capacitor changed…Continue

Being sequestered

Started by Kent King. Last reply by Kent King Mar 28. 1 Reply

OK folks, since many of us are stuck at home - what Scott projects are you working on? We've seen a lot from Rob, he's keeping busy! I have started to scan all the correspondence I have...many…Continue

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FM Converter Band Selector Tag

Posted by Jiri Placek on February 24, 2020 at 4:30pm 3 Comments

Does someone please have a good scan of the tag that came with the FM converter, as well as the tag dimensions?  If yes, I wonder whether it could be please shared.  I need one and I am considering placing an order for a replica.  Thanks, Regards, Jiri

WTB Philharmonic Beam of Light Escutcheon

Posted by steve parr on February 16, 2020 at 6:06pm 7 Comments

Anyone have a set of escutcheons for a beam of light set? Would like to have a complete set with front panel, but at least the large tuning dial brass escutcheon is needed for a set I am building. Thanks

WTB All Wave 23 amplifier/power supply

Posted by Frank DeFilippi on February 15, 2020 at 9:04pm 4 Comments

Does any one have a amp as described above?

Allwave 15 Bandswitch Position

Posted by steve parr on February 11, 2020 at 9:08am 3 Comments

Question for anyone with AW15 restoration experience.

Have a nice 15 (late) and had the radio working and tuning the broadcast band until the band switch started to loosen.

The set screw on the collar just before the shaft enters the gear box became loose. (Don’t touch anything if this happens to you!)

Needless to say, exact position for the turret, the antenna contact points eccentric cam…

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Collector's Guide

The Collector's Guide is still available...if you don't have a copy, it is a great reference to everything Scott. Email me at kent3256@hotmail.com for more information!  - Kent

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Welcome to The E.H. Scott Enthusiasts Site. If you are looking for manuals or service data on a Scott set, please click on the "Scott Info Archive" link above. If you have questions for forum members, a picture is worth a thousand words, please post a pic or two to help describe your question or problem. Finally, this forum works best when we all contribute. Answer questions, provide feedback, and if you have a document worth sharing, please scan it in as a PDF and forward it to me: Kent…

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