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    My dad has one of those and it still works.
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    im also into older audio, the stuff you posted is rather newer than what i restore but, when you need caps/resistors/ and such, ping me first because i have what i think is a few thousand

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcassity View Post
    im also into older audio, the stuff you posted is rather newer than what i restore but, when you need caps/resistors/ and such, ping me first because i have what i think is a few thousand
    Do you prefer the earlier tube amplifiers and radios?
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    early tube radio's with the widest broadcast spectrum like my Hallicrafters S-38D. I also have a philco 46-1226

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    here is the philco i restored last winter... but,, i restored it to "make it look like" it was restored in the 70's

    i did some mod's to the rectifier tube & the first two 6k6's to help kill the heat.... I also did a mod that PHilco never really solved on one particular resistor that kept burning up. I relocated it to the top, increased its wattage size to 5 times larger and then also put a heat sync on that as well.

    http://www.foxtbirdcougarforums.com/...ghlight=philco

    this one does not have a very wide broadcast spectrum, unlike my hallicrafters

    on my restore you can see where i took the time to stenciel each part with its designation to match the Code 125, Run 3 diagrams

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