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Scott AC10 ??

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kent King Mar 15. 7 Replies

Hi everyone,This has popped up for sale...I think it's an AC10.  It has a phonograph in the drawer. I'd like an opinion if it's a Scott cabinet, or a custom set? They want $600 for it...Continue

Masterpiece? Odd chassis?

Started this discussion. Last reply by David C. Poland Jun 24, 2019. 2 Replies

So...I'll add a link to an eBay auction I was bidding on...it appears to be an AM Masterpiece chassis, but with the layout of an FM version...Maybe pretty rare?…Continue

Scott 16 parts advice

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kent King Jan 2, 2018. 10 Replies

Merry Christmas everyone!I am a new member here, and I thought that I would start a new discussion regarding the Sixteen I recently purchased, rather than try to horn in on someone else's post. I am…Continue

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Brad Winder replied to Kent King's discussion Pre-1930 Scott advertising
"Very cool! That would have been an amazing marvel to experience, back in the day! Such new and wondrous technology. "
Apr 12
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
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AC 10 in Orleans cabinet

"That same cabinet was also sold by McMurdo Silver that year for the original McMurdo Silver Masterpiece. McMurdo Silver called it their "Sheraton Combination" cabinet.  A brochure was posted by y2kBruce on ARF:…"
Mar 29
Kent King replied to Brad Winder's discussion Scott AC10 ??
"Thanks Brad! That is the best new find of 2020 so far. Super set!"
Mar 15
David C. Poland commented on Brad Winder's photo
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AC 10 in Orleans cabinet

"The Scott ORLEANS cabinet was available in English Oak or Walnut (with or without a phono) Yours looks like English Oak to me.  (Mine is Walnut with phono and the Scott 2-DIAL - 1931)"
Mar 15
David C. Poland commented on Brad Winder's photo
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AC 10 power supply

"Note the 2 pin socket and incoming power cable connected to it. Socket is for an AMPERITE line voltage control tube."
Mar 15
David C. Poland commented on Brad Winder's photo
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AC 10 phonograph

"A bit different from the phono in my ORLEANS cabinet (1931 with 2-DIAL SCOTT). But appears identical to the one in a FADA console I had - you may find the under the platter a tag thus: General Industries, Elyria OH model BLUE FLYER."
Mar 15
David C. Poland commented on Brad Winder's photo
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AC 10 in Orleans cabinet

"Such a nice Scott ORLEANS cabinet. Cabinet offered from 1929 well into 1931 with the  subsequent Scott 2-DIAL model."
Mar 15
David C. Poland commented on Brad Winder's photo
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AC 10 tuner chassis

"Blue glass Arcturus tubes is a nice touch."
Mar 15
David C. Poland commented on Brad Winder's photo
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AC 10

"Never seen the AC-10 receiver mounted in a copper box like yours."
Mar 15
David C. Poland commented on Brad Winder's photo
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AC 10 power supply chassis

"Very Nice AC-10 amp ! The tall metal cylinder to the right of the 80 rectifier is a substitute for an 2 pin large smoked glass globe Amperite Self Adjusting Line Voltage Control tube. The primary of the power transformer is designed for 80 Volts AC,…"
Mar 15
Brad Winder replied to Brad Winder's discussion Scott AC10 ??
"All pictures are now posted in the picture section..."
Mar 15
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Mar 15
Kent King replied to Brad Winder's discussion Scott AC10 ??
"Brad - If you have a chance, please post the pics you have on FB over here...too nice not to share! Kent"
Mar 15
David C. Poland replied to Brad Winder's discussion Scott AC10 ??
"Scott (then Scott Transformer Co) model AC-10 in the upscale Scott ORLEANS highboy cabinet. Is the later version AC-10 by virtue of the smaller dial escutcheon - so likely 1930. Probably has the single play record player, with the magnetic pick up…"
Mar 12
Brad Winder replied to Brad Winder's discussion Scott AC10 ??
"Thanks for the advice Kent, both on FB and here. My friend will be going to look at it. It's about 7 hours away from me."
Mar 12

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