I have a version of the MPV - MPVI power supply that has 5 tube sockets on it rather than the 6 normally seen on the MPV or the 4 used on the MPVI. Has anyone seen one of these? I have not identified…Continue
"This Philharmonic was being sold by Bruce from Waves in NYC. I noticed that the power supply/amp was for a Phantom and let Bruce know. He said he had no idea and the guy for whom he was holding it probably would not want it…"
"A Philly-ized Braemer would be uber rare if a factory original. I have a Tasman in the larger Philly size and even though these were a free Christmas give a way one year only a handful of these Tasmans are known to exist. I hope someone took a photo…"
"In addition, some cabinets originally sized for the AW-15 and AW-23 were upsized (taller, wider and/or deeper) when the much larger 30 tube Philharmonic receiver was introduced in 1937.
Examples include: Warrington, Tasman, Waverly, Waverly…"
"Russ - many cabinets came in different sizes. I once had 3 Waverly cabinets sitting in a row, all different sizes. I can't say that I've noted any differences in the Braemar, but I can't say I'm surprised.
"Scott used what I call "M" cloth from about 1935 to 1940 for most cabinets. For a good photo of the "M" cloth, see the Scott Enthusiasts Infor Archive (above). Open the cabinet folder and click on the 2nd cabinet…"
"The early Phantom has a candohm unit riveted to the side of the chassis, (as do the other Scott models like the Masterpiece and Super 12 ). After all these years, if any sections are good, consider it fragile. I have had to replace them.…"