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Masterpiece? Odd chassis?

Started this discussion. Last reply by David C. Poland Jun 24. 2 Replies

So...I'll add a link to an eBay auction I was bidding on...it appears to be an AM Masterpiece chassis, but with the layout of an FM version...Maybe pretty rare?…Continue

Scott 16 parts advice

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kent King Jan 2, 2018. 10 Replies

Merry Christmas everyone!I am a new member here, and I thought that I would start a new discussion regarding the Sixteen I recently purchased, rather than try to horn in on someone else's post. I am…Continue

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Brad Winder replied to Oliver Original's discussion Help ID this Scott radio and cabinet
"Being that the radio was under one ownership for so long, I would pull out the chassis, and look to see if/what work was done to it previously, before deciding to use it. If the filter caps (at the very least) haven't been changed out recently,…"
Aug 5
David C. Poland replied to Brad Winder's discussion Masterpiece? Odd chassis?
"No - that is not an FM set. It is a standard AM/SW Scott Masterpiece.  The ultra high frequency in red was  a set option for receiving the audio of TV broadcasts. The pre-War TV sets received only the video signal. TV broadcast…"
Jun 24
David C. Poland replied to Brad Winder's discussion Masterpiece? Odd chassis?
"No - is the normal AM/SW Scott Masterpiece receiver. The red ultra shortwave band my be confusing you. Pre war TV sets received only the video signal. One needed a short wave radio for the audio. The audio was broadcast in a high frequency above…"
Jun 24
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Masterpiece? Odd chassis?

So...I'll add a link to an eBay auction I was bidding on...it appears to be an AM Masterpiece chassis, but with the layout of an FM version...Maybe pretty rare?…See More
Jun 23
Brad Winder replied to Robert Feenstra's discussion Scott SLRM
"Very nice! The first Scott "boat anchor" I was exposed to was aboard the USS Pampanito in the San Fransisco harbour in 1991... Maybe the dial plastic has darkened over the years, causing the lamp to not shine through. If the bulb is the…"
May 31

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