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August 2015 Blog Posts (4)

Scott 800B Chokes

OK. Figured it out. Thank-you whoever posted the 1 choke schematic. It's the speaker transformer not a choke. Sure is heavy. They made 'em big in those days.

Added by Mike Downing on August 27, 2015 at 2:11am — No Comments

Scott 800B Chokes

I have an 800B with 800B dial and back marked serial 800 262.

The power supply has the single choke on it with a heavy 6 wire choke

mounted on the speaker and connected via the speaker connector and

harness. The radio was working fine 10 years ago when the radio was

put in storage and power supply chassis were separated and the wires

detached from the speaker and tweeter. Some of the choke wires got

detached as well. Where can I get a schematic of how to reattach…

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Added by Mike Downing on August 26, 2015 at 10:47pm — No Comments

Something Called A Magnavox Concert Grand I forgot to discuss!

With all my talk about the top radios we all love, I forgot to tell you about my Magnavox Concert Grand, the 1861 console phonograph that is considered by many the finest console stereo phonograph ever made. First there is the outstanding cabinet which is a beautiful piece of furniture in any of the styles which were released. Mine is the French Provincialin Mahogany and weighs about three hundred pounds and contains 42 (!) tubes. It has a turntable made by Collaro of Britain and uses two…

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Added by Sam Samuelian on August 17, 2015 at 9:44pm — 9 Comments

THE GREAT CROSLEY WLW

Hello my friends. It has been quite a while since I've been able to post here and to read posts by others. I had quite a few health problems that also led to financial ones. But I'm here to tell you about my Crosley WLW, which after a full year has finally been totally restored by my man Chuck Azzalina, who did an outstanding job. Believe me when I tell you that this is the finest console radio I have ever heard bar none. It has power to spare for one thing. The bass is quite full, and the…

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Added by Sam Samuelian on August 17, 2015 at 9:25pm — No Comments

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