I'm using a Garrard 60 MKII with an Ortofon OM 5e cartidge. I get no volume when hooking directly to the phono in screw. When I go through a preamp, I get less than half volume. The schematic shows…Continue
The knobs that came with my Phantom were quite worn down. I found this unusual, since you don't grab the front of the knob to turn it, you use the side. So I decided to clean them up and inspect…Continue
For those of you that have replaced the 78 changer to one that plays 33/45, what changer do you have, and are you happy with it. Or what changer do you wish you had? And I assume you have a stereo…Continue
"My Phantom Deluxe diagram says a .025 cap between the positive phono terminal and the radio/phono switch, and nothing else.
I used the commonly available 0.022 Mfd film cap.
The Scott input is for a higher output phono cartridge, as Scott was…"
I'm using a Garrard 60 MKII with an Ortofon OM 5e cartidge. I get no volume when hooking directly to the phono in screw. When I go through a preamp, I get less than half volume. The schematic shows that the phone terminal goes directly to the waver switch through what appears to be a .005 mfd cap.However I have a 2 meg resister in parallel with a mica cap (can't tell the value) connected directly to the phono terminal. At that point, there is a 560K resistor to ground, and a .02 mfd cap going…See More
"RR-303, see my post above on previous page where I attached a diagram of the network speaker. That should help you along with the info above in this thread.
What speaker setup do you have for this set? Crossover and 15"…"
"Hi,I also want to know how to jump the wires. I see that there are two red wires and two green wires. Do you connect green to green and red to red? Hope the treble is ringing all the time, also I wonder if the tuner has a crossover inside? Otherwise…"
"They are all either on sets, or are going to be on a set that is in the works. The only "extras" I have right now is a full Masterpiece set with all escutcheons. I won't break that up. They do occasionally come up on…"
"I have a good amount of these from various sets and everyone is made of walnut.
Maybe these were an early reproduction?
Hard to imagine that EH Scott would change the process as walnut isn't all that expensive in the tiny…"
"Curious. Repwood over lay?
A number of radio cabinets with intricate detail resembling carving were actually made of repwood - a sawdust and glue like combination formed under high pressure. Crosley had a number of early 1930s cabinets with fronts…"
The knobs that came with my Phantom were quite worn down. I found this unusual, since you don't grab the front of the knob to turn it, you use the side. So I decided to clean them up and inspect them. They are not all wood! The top came off, and appears to be some sort of chalk. Makes no sense. The bottom is wood only. I checked the six I had, and they were all the same. Were they made this way?…See More
" I can supply an original larger walnut round faster tuning knob and a nice plastic repo shallow tuning knob with set screw to go with the larger tuning knob. Contact me if interested.
I do not any others for sale."