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Philharmonic dial indicator bezel

Posted on September 12, 2017 at 9:59am 0 Comments

Hello, I just joined the group. An old friend and avid collector of Scott radios gave me a Philharmonic rig (speaker, amp, wooden face plate with the all the indicators) the only things missing are knobs, tuning eyes and the metal bezel that supports the dial indicator glass. My friend had a piece of glass custom cut for it. Anyway, I need a bezel. Anyone know where i can get one or something that would work or ideas on how to fabricate one?

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At 11:43am on December 2, 2017, Tom Jardine said…

Todd, it looks like you're a 78 RPM collector as well. I recently restored my AM/FM Philharmonic in a Georgian console. I'm using a Garrard RC-60 changer with a GE variable reluctance magnetic cartridge and single tube preamp. My 30's 78's sound absolutely wonderful through the Scott. I realize I'm cheating a bit using a "newer" magnetic cartridge but I haven't been happy with rebuilds on Astatic crystal cartridges. I'm waiting for my Astatic B-2 from my Capehart 400 to come back from Germany (a gentleman who grows his own crystals). I use an Audio Technica ATLP-1240 to play 78's with my audio system.  Cheers, Tom Jardine

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