The Fine Things are Always Hand Made
I picked up a Scott 800-B at an auction yesterday for $20.00 (I was the only bidder). My previous two aquisitions are the 23AW in a Tasman and 23 AW in a Stafford. I furnished photos to ask if any one sees any glaring trouble spots from previous repairs. I would also like to know if the Garrard RC-90 is original. I have found reference to two other Garrard models but not the 90. Since it is a Garrard my hunch would be that it is original. There is also a University Model N-3…Continue
I recently found this EH Scott website and have joined. I have an Allwave 23 with the triple speaker and the volume range expander. It is not working and and will take a considerable effort to restore since mice thought the reciever chassis was a great home and have almost destroyed 1/3 of it with their waste.
I have also just found another Allwave 23 but it did not have the power supply/amplifier. I am new to radio restoration and Scott radios in…Continue
I am seeking advice
on what to do with a 1936 Scott radio that my father purchased in 1936. My
father kept every piece of correspondence, envelopes, manuals and diagrams, even
to the Railway Express shipping receipt. Many of the items are signed by Scott himself.
He paid $278.10 on 7-29-36. You can email me…
Added by Donald Knapp on June 25, 2011 at 11:15am — No Comments
I know I have similar ambitions as may of us here. EH Scott radios have been an ambition since childhood and now I have my pinacle project. A 1938 Philharmonic AM pointer dial. Its a beaut. Sure it needs a little but the chassis and amp are great. It has 8 knobs plus the center pair. It didn't make it to the Deans book but they made custom radios, yes?
So I need an appropriate cabinet and speakers. I have the documentation comming already. I have been an elect. tech nearly all my life…Continue
My Phantom has had the power transformer replaced sometime in the past. I also am not sure if the can filter capacitors are original. Does anyone out there have an original unit out, where you can easily take some closeup pictures of the top and bottom view so I can compare to what I have. Thanks for any help you can give me.
Added by Barry Ethridge on April 27, 2010 at 9:33pm — No Comments