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Derbal Petro replied to Derbal Petro's discussion I'm looking for the Warrington cabinet for Phantom de Lux FM and the exact drawings for self-production.
"Hi to all . Still looking for a Warrington case for my  radio console E.H. Scott Phantom de Luxe ... Does anyone know where to buy it?"
3 hours ago
Kent King replied to todd landis's discussion Allwave 23 Tweeters
"The spares I have are marked NE-42. Remember: these scarcely ever go bad, only if you break them or separate the bottom from the base. And the set will work without them. If you really want a spare, pick up one when you find it, it will be…"
yesterday
todd landis replied to todd landis's discussion Allwave 23 Tweeters
"Another question if I might, may have been answered previously, but looking to get extra neon tubes, just in case.  Don't see many for sale, a couple on ebay.  Is the General Electric 471/NE16/LM-46/VIII correct?  Thanks…"
yesterday
Kirk Spalinger replied to Kirk Spalinger's discussion New Member AM Phantom Deluxe second issue
"David   I completed the recap and on the radio and amp and finished adding the 10 watt 400 ohm power resistor in series with the field coil, I am now showing 887 ohms across the coil, I also added a 2uf cap in series with the tweeter as you…"
Sunday
Kent King commented on Chris Bowne's blog post Scott SLRM National Radio R-302/URE-22 Connection
"Chris - If it isn't too much trouble, I would love to get scans of the correspondence you have on the set. There is very little material in the time period, every little bit I can add to the archives would be fantastic. Your notes on the…"
Sunday
Chris Bowne commented on Chris Bowne's blog post Scott SLRM National Radio R-302/URE-22 Connection
"Thanks for the reply Kent. It appears that the Navy liked the SLRM,REE but wanted to Make some improvements for the “next generation” of shipboard super low radiation entertainment/backup communications receivers. Not clear if the…"
Sunday
todd landis replied to todd landis's discussion Allwave 23 Tweeters
"Thank you."
Sunday
Kent King replied to todd landis's discussion Allwave 23 Tweeters
"For the AW23 tweeters, the box looking thing on one speaker is a large capacitor, part of the crossover. It doesn't always go bad, but check for leakage and consider replacing if it is leaky.  Kent"
Sunday
Kent King commented on Chris Bowne's blog post Scott SLRM National Radio R-302/URE-22 Connection
"Chris - I have nothing to add to what you've posted. I do know that other companies built Scott models, but I've never heard of one being altered this much. Conversely, Scott labs built some other radios too (RCA specifically) during the…"
Sunday
Chris Bowne posted a blog post

Scott SLRM National Radio R-302/URE-22 Connection

Hello all... I posted on that above subject here a few years ago regarding a very unusual National receiver I saw at a Nearfest NH hammer which looked like a Scott SLRM that had been converted to miniature tubes and had different power supply components. I recently came across what I believe I saw at Nearfest on Nick England, K4NYW’s Navy Radio web site. It was a National R-302/URR-22. Nick has info that National was awarded a contract to build modified REE receivers in 1949. REE was the Navy…See More
Saturday
todd landis replied to todd landis's discussion Allwave 23 Tweeters
"Thanks to all once again, and any caps or resistors hidden in any of these needing to be checked or replaced? "
Saturday
todd landis replied to todd landis's discussion Allwave 23 Tweeters
"Thank you. "
Friday
David C. Poland replied to todd landis's discussion Allwave 23 Tweeters
"No - the AW-23 tweeters are not suitable for the Philharmonic, nor vice-versa. Why? The AW-23 tweeters have field coils. Although the Philharmonic tweeters from 1937 to about 1940 look much like the AW-23 tweeters, the Philharmonic version have…"
Friday
Kent King replied to todd landis's discussion Allwave 23 Tweeters
"You are right...you move the short plug on the large speaker to the other (right) socket and plug the tweeters in to the left plug.  Kent"
Friday
todd landis replied to todd landis's discussion Allwave 23 Tweeters
"Also, as mentioned, I think, before the tweeters plug into the left plug on the woofer, and the woofer would then plug into its right plug?  Or do I have it backwards?  Thanks"
Friday
todd landis replied to todd landis's discussion Allwave 23 Tweeters
"As you see, got a pair of tweeters for the Allwave 23.  It probably will become obvious when I mount, but to be sure which one goes on the left or right?  Even though the radio will not be up and running for awhile, is there anything that…"
Thursday

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I'm looking for the Warrington cabinet for Phantom de Lux FM and the exact drawings for self-production.

Started by Derbal Petro. Last reply by Derbal Petro 3 hours ago. 3 Replies

Hello . I am a new member on this forum. Very grateful to the admin for giving me the opportunity to become a member of your community of connoisseurs of radio Scott.  I'm from Ukraine and I do not…Continue

Allwave 23 Tweeters

Started by todd landis. Last reply by Kent King yesterday. 23 Replies

At some point will need to purchase a pair of tweeters for my Allwave 23.  MIght anyone know what the ohm readings might be on each driver?  Would like to make sure that is correct before I commit to…Continue

New Member AM Phantom Deluxe second issue

Started by Kirk Spalinger. Last reply by Kirk Spalinger on Sunday. 12 Replies

Scott Enthusiast members Second issue: My second issue with my newly acquired AM Deluxe is a previous owner cut out the noise suppression circuit in the receiver. This was purposely done by someone…Continue

Revise Web Site - Member Input WANTED

Started by Kent King. Last reply by Scott Seickel Jul 7. 8 Replies

I'd like some member input here!Our current provider doesn't have an ideal format for what we need/use for our web site. Some folks post to blogs, some to forums. Forum messages are all lumped…Continue

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Scott SLRM National Radio R-302/URE-22 Connection

Posted by Chris Bowne on July 11, 2020 at 12:07pm 3 Comments

Hello all... I posted on that above subject here a few years ago regarding a very unusual National receiver I saw at a Nearfest NH hammer which looked like a Scott SLRM that had been converted to miniature tubes and had different power supply components. I recently came across what I believe I saw at Nearfest on Nick England, K4NYW’s Navy Radio web site. It was a National R-302/URR-22. Nick has info that National was awarded a contract to build modified REE receivers in 1949. REE was the Navy… Continue

Allwave 23

Posted by todd landis on May 23, 2020 at 7:00pm 2 Comments

I have my Allwave 23 sitting next to a couple other radios, found this tag on the floor, belong to the Scott?  If so where might it have been stuck?  I don't see any places inside of the cabinet where this might have been.  Also just starting to mount the receiver into the cabinet.  Since this receiver was not bolted from the bottom how do you know when it is pushed forward enough?  Stop when it is close to the inside front of cabinet, or should there be some sort of spacer, or stops on the…

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Posted by Y2K Bruce on May 21, 2020 at 12:33pm 1 Comment

Band switch lever for AW 15

Posted by Steve Pierce on May 8, 2020 at 12:56pm 0 Comments

Hello all. It's my understanding that this forum may be a source for the escutcheon and handle for the band switch on a E.H. Scott AW 15 radio. It would be greatly appreciated if you could head me the right direction on this. Thanks Steve Pierce

 
 
 

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