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Brad Winder
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AC 10

Started this discussion. Last reply by David C. Poland Jun 20. 18 Replies

Hi everyone!Well, I finished a couple other sets, and it's time to start on my AC 10. But, I have a few questions for the experts!The chassis has some wiring...issues. I will need to replace most of…Continue

Cabinets with mirrors?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Norman S Braithwaite Sep 2, 2020. 2 Replies

I have a question for the experts...did Scott ever offer a mirror built into the lid of any of their cabinets?The reason I ask is that the first collector I ever met 32 years ago had several Scotts…Continue

Scott AC10 ??

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kent King Mar 15, 2020. 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 appears to be an AM Masterpiece chassis, but with the layout of an FM version...Maybe pretty rare?…Continue


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Latest Activity

Brad Winder replied to Karl Sherwin's discussion Finally got my AM FM Philharmonic
"12 41 would probably be the date code for the cabinet build, December 1941. The 533 is likely the numbers from the chassis serial number, possibly?"
Nov 3
Brad Winder replied to David C. Poland's discussion Preference? acquire restored or un-restored Scott?
"I have two opinions on this. I normally prefer to do my own restorations, so I like to buy relatively untouched chassis. I've experienced several nightmare sets that I've bought that were "restored" by others, only to have to…"
Oct 23
Brad Winder replied to Kent King's discussion Large collection purchased
"Wow Kent! Quite the haul! I note a Philharmonic power supply (?) in the bottom right corner of your picture that must be made for 25 cycle power...I've never seen a Scott with a transformer that size!"
Oct 18
Brad Winder replied to David Wilson's discussion ALLWAVE 12 IN MYSTERY CABINET - From the Richard Majestic Collection
"Absolutely gorgeous!!!"
Sep 22
Brad Winder replied to Forrest Wagner's discussion EH Scott Phantom Deluxe knobs
"Wow! Amazing!  I have some knobs here, that were moulded plastic copies of wood knobs, made 25 years ago when our local club was trying "new" technology of making molds with dental silicone...not nearly as nice as those! "
Aug 10
Brad Winder liked Mike Baldwin's discussion Michael Lawton: Met my new Scott radio friend today!
Aug 5
David C. Poland replied to Brad Winder's discussion AC 10
"Brad, until you find a suitable  Amperite tube, you can use a Variac during restoration and testing. based on your actual AC mains, you may be able to find another solution."
Jun 20
Kent King replied to Brad Winder's discussion AC 10
"Trust it. The worst that might happen is it will go "open" and the set will quit. Kent"
Jun 20
Y2K Bruce replied to Brad Winder's discussion AC 10
"I have an early AW12 with dual speakers I plan to put in my Orleans cabinet. I think the speaker V board will fit OK on the top shelf my cabinet man installed. Interestingly my AW12 does not have any tone control but luckily sounds very good with…"
Jun 20
Brad Winder replied to Brad Winder's discussion AC 10
"I have been looking for a voltage regulator tube that will give the +- 80 volts, with about 1200mA current flow, but so far I have been unable to find anything. I'm thinking I may have to make due with the one that is in it for now, even though…"
Jun 20
David C. Poland replied to Brad Winder's discussion AC 10
"regarding the 3rd version amp with Amperite line control tube, Citizen's Radio Call Book article from March 1930 issue about the Scott remote control option, has a  circuit diagram of the Amperite tube version amp indicating the power…"
Jun 19
Brad Winder replied to mike hadley's discussion Making a field coil speaker
"Wow! Amazing!  For a larger speaker, will you try to find a cast basket? Seems they would be super difficult to find, since by the time the large 12" and 14" speakers came out in the later 30's everyone seems to have moved to…"
Jun 13
Brad Winder replied to Brad Winder's discussion AC 10
" I can see in their earlier designs, why they created some stunning radio cabinets."
Jun 13
David C. Poland replied to Brad Winder's discussion AC 10
"The Orleans cabinet was made Rockford Peerless Furniture Co, Rockford IL."
Jun 12
David C. Poland replied to Brad Winder's discussion AC 10
"I prefer the upper speaker grill of the first version Orleans you have. More in harmony with the semi-circular design top of the door opening.  The one I have for the 1931 Orleans with Scott 2-Dial thus:Orleans%20with%20Scott%202-dial.JPG"
Jun 12
Brad Winder replied to Brad Winder's discussion AC 10
"Here are a couple close up shots of the front, with the doors open. I love how the doors have the cable "linkage" so they open in unison. Its little attention to details that makes Scott move above the rest! IMG_1890.JPG IMG_1891.JPG"
Jun 12

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