The Fine Things are Always Hand Made
I picked up a tuner and amp at the recent radio auction in Indy, but no speaker. So I am looking for one. It has an octal plug on it and the speaker has two field coils:
One at 680 ohms and the other is 125+65 ohms (it is also split)
Can anyone point me in the right direction?
I had to ask a friend to do me favor and make a copy of a paper published in Scott News in 1994. This "new" Scott News were published in 1990's. I wonder whether the issues of "Scott News" have been scanned and saved somewhere. My internet searches were futile. Thanks, Jiri
Boys and girls,
I just got an Allwave 23 and a Model 16. More to be revealed, but the quick summary is both are in " good" original condition.
The Allwave chrome is not great, the Model 16 chrome is pretty nice.
Cabinets and grill cloth are original and appear to be restorable without refinishing.
There may be more available as he sorts through…Continue
Added by Tom Harris on August 13, 2019 at 11:15pm — No Comments
Hi - I recently came across these 3 items, and have too many other projects(guitar amp related) to restore these - one tuner is super clean - would there be any interest in the group of 3? I am in Wichita, KS and have no way to ship these, so the would need to be picked up or meet somewhere not too far off from here - any info would be greatly appreciated! Thanks - Brad Kelly.…Continue
Ever since I first heard of EH Scott radios and joined this forum, I've been looking for a Philharmonic to "fall into my lap". Well, when Ron R. sold me his Marine SLRM I saw his AM/FM Philharmonic sitting in the corner. When he offered it for sale, I knew I would own it, I just didn't know how soon. Now, a couple of months later, it's here in my possession. Thank you Ron!
This will be a major project including some re-chroming. I want to do the radio and Ron proud! I…Continue
This chassis, the power supply chassis, speaker and instruction booklet were reputedly removed from a Sun Oil tanker many years ago. The chassis is complete except for the aluminum cover for the oscillator coil and in quite good condition. The date on some of the capacitors is 1933. The only coil pair is short wave, but I do not know for which band. The power supply chassis has been significantly and poorly modified, butchered really, possibly because if it was on a 1930s tanker the supply…Continue
One of the filter chokes in my Masterpiece V has started buzzing loudly. I've tried tightening the screws, shimming the winding and dipping the choke in wax all with little success so my thought is to have the choke rewound.
Does anyone know where I would find:
1. Where I would find the value of the MP5's filter chokes?
2. Who would perform this type of service?
3. Would it make sense to have both filter chokes rewound even though only one…Continue
I purchased this 1939 philharmonic 30 tube Beam of light in a warrington cabinet, with all 9 knobs and a 15" pedestal speaker and with all of the chrome covers in oct of 2013, and i planned on being able to take the time and restore. But, circumstances running a business gave me no time to restore. contact me through this website if interested. You may see some photo's on this site under my name. serial # RR-223. Priced right! DON
I have an EH Scott multiband radio Serial number PP 86. Can anyone tell me about this radio ? Is it what they call a Phantom? I have posted my pictures. Any help would be appreciated.
FOR SALE SEE MY PICS
THANKS FOR LOOKING
Added by Mike Kennedy on December 15, 2018 at 6:00pm — No Comments
Greetings. I have a Scott Tasman cabinet for sale. Have a look at my page for pictures. Any reasonable offer will be accepted. Thanks, Phil Bartells
I have had this radio for 25+ years.
It is all original, and is in working condition.
It has the original grill cloth (gold...with musical note pattern).
Recently my cat decided it looked like an interesting scratch pad.
I am afraid I need to replace it...
Anyone have a source for this item?
Hi everyone, I am new to this site and want to say thanks for allowing me to become a member. I've been restoring tube radio's for awhile but recently I came across a EH Scott AW23 in a Tasman cabinet. I've never seen one of these and I'm looking forward to restoring it. The chrome is beautiful and in very good condition. I know little about this radio but I'm confident that I will learn a lot here.
As some of you know, the Carr Fire has exacted a great toll in the City of Redding and surrounding area. My house and half of my collection was the first visited by the fire in the devastated Lake Redding Estates neighborhood with no advance notice to evacuate and no fire trucks around. Fortunately the house and collection were spared. Unfortunately, however, I have learned that the house and collection of an acquaintance including several pre-war Scott receivers was lost and that another…Continue
All - The moderators removed an account that was a bit "phishy" today. We try hard to keep these folks off the forum, but every once in awhile, one gets in. Please ignore/delete any questionable messages and let's keep on talking Scotts!
Added by Kent King on July 3, 2018 at 10:33am — No Comments
I am still looking for a 15" Magnavox speaker with the round plug.
Added by John De Wit on April 22, 2018 at 6:45pm — No Comments
I have a tuner but no power supply. Does anyone please have one available for sale? Thanks, Jiri
Added by Jiri Placek on April 2, 2018 at 2:37pm — No Comments
So I finally found an 18" speaker for my Masterpiece V in Clifton cabinet. The original speaker is most likely in Japan, courtesy of a greedy seller.
The MP5 amplifier in my radio has a six-pin socket for the speaker cable, and the speaker I have has a cable with six-pin connector as well. What concerns me are the measured field coil resistances - 3410 Ohms between pins 1-6, and 365 Ohms between pins 3-6, respectively. Both coils are connected in series.
I am looking for a PS. Don't need tubes necessarily.
Anyone have one for sale?
Added by Joe Miller on March 13, 2018 at 11:02pm — No Comments
Hello, I have a AW23 in a Napier cabinet and currently the screws that hold the RF plate are rounded head. Should I replace them with counter-sunk screws, or are the rounded head screws correct to this set?