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Jan 19, 2016 ... The "E. H. Scott 48-tube QUARANTA" certainly has to be the most elaborate and biggest radio ensemble ever designed and built. It was manufactured by Scott Radio Laboratories in the 1930's with one such set likely sold to a customer in France in 1936 - the tuner section came into the possession of Mr.


Apr 30, 2004 ... Gilding the Lily: Circuit Evolution of the E.H. Scott Quaranta and Custom Series Receivers from the. Full Range High Fidelity Receiver. by Norman S. Braithwaite. WEB EDITION. In the 1930s, E.H. Scott Laboratories introduced enhanced models of its famous high-fidelity receivers. Norm Braithwaite ...


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Those customers who felt that paying $2.00 a month to operate a radio was too much would also not have been interested in the Scott Quaranta, a special-order set that sold for $2,500 and which was first introduced around December 1935. The first Quarantas utilized 40 tubes and had four speakers. Later variations had 48 ...


Scott Radio Labs.; Chicago from Abbey CABINET only to Quaranta Cabinet only, United States of America (USA), 244 pictures, 133 schematics, 685 tubes, Radio.


Oct 15, 2017 ... He would go on to help developed the Allwave 23, Allwave. 27, the 40 to 50-tube Quaranta custom models, and the first version of the Phil- harmonic—some of E.H. Scott's most successful radios. From working in the RCA Licensing La- boratory, Murray gained insight into where radio broadcast technology ...


However, it was missing one important feature which Scott had in limited production in 1936 (and Sony and Crown in 1976)- tri-amplification. One channel was used for each of the following ranges, 30-125 Hz, 100-600 Hz, and 3-16 kHz. This set was the 40-tube, later 48-tube, and still later a 57-tube; Quaranta. Besides ...


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Редчайший 48-ми ламповый радиоприёмник E.H. Scott QUARANTA (1936)