The Fine Things are Always Hand Made
Here's another interesting Scott paper item. It's a December 7, 1933 letter sent to a new Scott customer with the 5-year Scott guarantee certificate on parts and labor on this customer's Allwave…Continue
This is an interesting piece I came across when going through my Scott paper items today. It's the famed national radio news commentator and syndicated newspaper columnist Walter Winchell's canceled…Continue
Scott Allwave (Dual Dial)$225Scott World Record 10$2,000Scott Masterpiece (No speaker) Warrington cabinet$275Scott Allwave 23 in Tasman cabinet$900Scott noise eliminator$20Scott Volume Expanders…Continue
To members: I came across this February 1935 issue of Broadcast News online. It has a fascinating discussion on High Fidelity broadcasting, which was in its infancy, and the challenges at hand. The story has a relevance to E.H. Scott Radio Laboratories because Murray Clay came from RCA as and electrical engineer in their radio licensing division just before this article was written. As many of you know Clay was instrumental in helping Scott develop their High Fidelity receivers based on…Continue
I'm working on finishing a Masterpiece radio project and I'm trying to round up some missing parts. I'm looking for a set of brass backplates that go behind the knobs for a Phantom or a Masterpiece. Does anyone here have a set of these they are willing to sell?