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Hello,

Looking for a few clear underside photos of the Phantom deluxe main chassis.

Thanks!

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When you say Phantom Deluxe, do you mean the red dial model?  If so, I can supply a photo. 

The Phantom Deluxe is the 20 tube model with a voltage regulator VR-150 tube. It has an added control below the tuning knob. The high frequency Ultra High Frequency Television audio band may or may not be red graphics. Introduced August 1939 without the logging scale window at the top of the dial which logging scale was added for 1940.

The 28 tube FM Phantom was based on the 20 tube 1940 Phantom Deluxe with the logging scale. For the FM version, the Ultra high frequency band was replaced with the FM frequency modulated band.

So, John Chidgey, which one do you have?

David C. Poland said:

The Phantom Deluxe is the 20 tube model with a voltage regulator VR-150 tube. It has an added control below the tuning knob. The high frequency Ultra High Frequency Television audio band may or may not be red graphics. Introduced August 1939 without the logging scale window at the top of the dial which logging scale was added for 1940.

The 28 tube FM Phantom was based on the 20 tube 1940 Phantom Deluxe with the logging scale. For the FM version, the Ultra high frequency band was replaced with the FM frequency modulated band.

The Phantom deluxe 20 tube

Red dial version or no?

No

Alex R. Whitaker said:

Red dial version or no?

Okay, now I know I can't help you.  

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