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David C. Poland commented on Russ Webb's status
"In addition, some cabinets originally sized for the AW-15 and AW-23 were upsized (taller, wider and/or deeper) when the much larger 30 tube Philharmonic receiver was introduced in 1937.  Examples include: Warrington, Tasman, Waverly, Waverly…"
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Kent King commented on Russ Webb's status
"Russ - many cabinets came in different sizes. I once had 3 Waverly cabinets sitting in a row, all different sizes. I can't say that I've noted any differences in the Braemar, but I can't say I'm surprised. Kent"
yesterday
Norman S Braithwaite and Keith Cenedella are now friends
Wednesday
Ken Carr liked Harley's photo
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Tuesday
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Tuesday
Russ Webb posted a status
"I did not realize that the Braemar cabinets for my 16 & Phantom were different until I put them in the same room. Phantom is about 4"shorter"
Tuesday
Norman S Braithwaite replied to Troy Taylor's discussion Tauscher board restoration
"The cone is a thick paper product.  There is a remnant of the material under the head of the center screw on your board.  3-1/2 inches wide, 2-inches tall, 5/8-inch inside diameter at narrow end. Norman"
Tuesday
Troy Taylor replied to Troy Taylor's discussion Tauscher board restoration
"Thank you Norman for the picture! What is the cone made from? Would it possible to include the diameter dimension at both the top and bottom of the cone, as well as the height? I think I could re-create this shape if I knew what the correct size and…"
Tuesday
Norman S Braithwaite replied to Troy Taylor's discussion Tauscher board restoration
"Yes, the diffuser cone would face the speaker. Norman"
Monday
David C. Poland replied to Troy Taylor's discussion Tauscher board restoration
"Norman - never seen that version before. That little diffuser cone would face the speaker's cone, I presume. I have two examples of the "normal" 12 inch version the  Taucher Sound board if someone is interested in my extra…"
Monday
David Wilson replied to David Wilson's discussion E.H. Scott Philharmonic Waverly Cabinet with remote control listed on eBay
"Thanks for the information on the remote system Norm! One of the members in our radio club told me he had come up with a Beam of light Philharmonic radio with the remote system in the Waverly Grande cabinet, then another member told me about the one…"
Monday
Norman S Braithwaite replied to Troy Taylor's discussion Tauscher board restoration
"EH Scott's patent shows the hypex cone oriented in the opposite direction. Norman"
Monday
Norman S Braithwaite replied to Troy Taylor's discussion Tauscher board restoration
Monday
Norman S Braithwaite replied to Troy Taylor's discussion Tauscher board restoration
"You will find a number of close up photos by googling "Scott Tauscher soundboard" but the version you have is a late version developed by EH Scott, not the usual version found by the search.  I will post a photo of the late version…"
Sunday

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Tauscher board restoration

Started by Troy Taylor. Last reply by Norman S Braithwaite on Tuesday. 7 Replies

Hello- I recently obtained a 12" Tauscher board for my AW23 to replace the one that was listed as "discarded" in October 1948 on the paperwork that came with the radio.  Having never seen one before…Continue

E.H. Scott Philharmonic Waverly Cabinet with remote control listed on eBay

Started by David Wilson. Last reply by David Wilson on Monday. 5 Replies

I came across this listing on eBay for a Philharmonic in a Waverly Grande cabinet with remote control. …Continue

AW 23 Volume Expander

Started by Dave. Last reply by Norman S Braithwaite on Sunday. 12 Replies

Anyone care to detail the disassembly and implementation for the AW23 voliume expander accessory box? This is one tight package.Continue

Scott Allwave 23 Restoration

Started by Nicholas Orr on Sunday. 0 Replies

Powered up my Scott Allwave 23 that I been working on for the past 6 months. Just received the speaker back from Nick Dorazio at speaker repair, He did an amazing job. He even reused the spider at…Continue

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E.H. Scott Historical Society - Scott News

Posted by Jiri Placek on September 10, 2019 at 7:30am 2 Comments

I had to ask a friend to do me favor and make a copy of a paper published in Scott News in 1994.  This "new" Scott News were published in 1990's.  I wonder whether the issues of "Scott News" have been scanned and saved somewhere.  My internet searches were futile.  Thanks, Jiri

Just acquired :

Posted by Tom Harris on August 13, 2019 at 11:15pm 0 Comments

Boys and girls,

I just got an Allwave 23 and a Model 16. More to be revealed, but the quick summary is both are in " good" original condition.

The Allwave chrome is not great, the Model 16 chrome is pretty nice.

Cabinets and grill cloth are original and appear to be restorable without refinishing.

Pictures tomorrow.

There may be more available as he sorts through…

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1947 E H Scott 2 Tuners and Amplifier

Posted by Brad Kelly on August 3, 2019 at 5:36pm 4 Comments

Hi - I recently came across these 3 items, and have too many other projects(guitar amp related) to restore these - one tuner is super clean - would there be any interest in the group of 3? I am in Wichita, KS and have no way to ship these, so the would need to be picked up or meet somewhere not too far off from here - any info would be greatly appreciated! Thanks - Brad Kelly.…

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Philharmonic AM/FM

Posted by Robert Feenstra on June 21, 2019 at 12:24am 30 Comments

Ever since I first heard of EH Scott radios and joined this forum, I've been looking for a Philharmonic to "fall into my lap". Well, when Ron R. sold me his Marine SLRM I saw his AM/FM Philharmonic sitting in the corner.  When he offered it for sale, I knew I would own it, I just didn't know how soon.  Now, a couple of months later, it's here in my possession.  Thank you Ron!

This will be a major project including some re-chroming.  I want to do the radio and Ron proud!  I…

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