The Fine Things are Always Hand Made
My first exposure to E H Scott receivers was through a friend who had acquired an 800B which was not functional. I was working in consumer electronics repair at the time. He had been unsuccessful in finding anyone who could repair it in Dallas. I finally agreed to try. It turned out to only have a shorted bypass capacitor in the FM IF strip that took out a B+ isolation resistor. It played fine after parts were replaced. No tubes were at fault and were still working very well.
My second introduction to E H Scott receivers came when I attended a meeting of the Richardson, TX Wireless Club. Mr. J W F Puett presented a program on E H Scott receivers. He had color slides to show the beauty of the Scott receiver's chassis and other components. He did a great job of telling the history of E H Scott radios. He had some hand-outs which described various products he offered for sale through his company. I kept the sheet I picked up for many years. He had cassette tape recordings of many old radio programs available along with other items. This program was presented some time in the late 1970s.
I considered myself innoculated with E H Scott radios from then on.
How were you introduced to E H Scott radios?