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RCA 10-T Receiver
The same chassis that is in the 10-K, except is in "tombstone" cabinet instead of the console stlye.
RCA 13-K Receiver
RA-103D Dumont Television
Midwest Radio Corp.
Model 1837 Receiver
RCA Model 150
All wave sweep generator
RCA Model 151
Late 1920s TRF radio/phono by "Victor Talking Machine Co."
Cabinet shown in opened and closed positions.
RCA Model CR-88A
This is a general coverage communications receiver covering 535 kHz to 32 MHz in 6 bands, 14 tubes, crystal filter, built to military specifications. The CR-88 and its sister the AR-88 (no crystal filter) were produced during W.W.II. Most of the production was sent to England and Canada, so these are somewhat rare in the states these days.
RCA Model 156
Philco 38-116 Receiver
RCA Model ACR-175
11-tube general coverage amateur communications receiver covering 500 kHz to 60 MHz in 4 bands, one stage of rf, crystal filter, no band spread but has vernier tuning. 1935 vintage.
RCA Berkshire Regency
This is a huge home entertainment center consisting of a general coverage receiver covering 540 kHz to 30 MHz in eight bands, with a 9th band being the current FM broadcast band. There is also a 25" diagonal rear projection television, two phonographs, a special 15" coaxial speaker, and an audio amplifier using four 6L6 in push-pull parallel. All chassis are chromed, around 75 tubes. These units were not a production item, they were built by special request and cost around $4000.00 in 1948. There are several cabinet styles; shown is the "Regency."
The RCA Model 281 is a twelve tube all wave console, circa 1934.
Frequency coverage is 175KHz to 35MHz.
Shown is the Model 281 with the doors both open and closed.
Circa 1944. This radio was used by the navy as a troop entertainment unit abroad their ships.
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