The Fine Things are Always Hand Made
Still I continue search!
I will be glad to offers on sale.
Which one? and early one or a late one? Where are you located?
Nice cosmetics on your 33 tube FM/AM Scott Philharmonic model of 1940 or 1941. Your receiver should have 27 tubes including the pair of eye tubes. The proper 6 tube amp uses a pair of 5U4 rectifiers (rather than the 5Z3's used for earlier Philharmonics) and four 6L6 output tubes, which I believe is the same amp as the later AM only Philharmonic.
I do not have a late model power supply for that. I might have an early Philly power supply available, pending a deal I have coming up. It does not have good chrome, or the original capacitors. Do you have the 15" speaker for this set?
Hello Scott Seickel .
It is a pity - I again wasn't lucky.
If you have for sale such amplifier - will be grateful for the offer.
15" I have no speaker.
Now I work on reproduction of the case to this receiver.
Yours faithfully Vitaliy.
Vitaly: Wonderful work on the case. While an original power supply may be difficult to find, you may have some success in building a new one. If you know electronics or have a friend who can, The required B+ and filament voltages can be provided, and the audio sent to a separate power amp.
Thanks for a positive review about my work.
To manufacture the new efficient power unit + the amplifier for me doesn't present any difficulties.
However I very much want to have the original power unit to this receiver!
And persistently I look for it.
With respect and the best regards Vitaliy.