Oak cabinet with ebonite front and bakelite knobs. The
base of the cabinet has a decorative border which
extends along the sides. At the rear is a hinged lid
that can be used to access the valves.
Left and right on the front, the two tuning buttons
(the right one with fine tuning). The top button controls the amount
of feedback. Between the tuning knobs is a volume
control knob, left and right, two push/pull switches for
selecting the wavelength range. The antenna, the earth
and a loudspeaker can be connected at the back.
The tubes (excluding the rectifier) are all equipped
with a side connection.
The original price was f 155,-.
33 × 42.5 × 21.5 cm
220 V ~
Click on a valve for more
What was broadcast in 1929?
Listen to "De
oudjes doen het nog best", a medley of Dutch songs, sung by Kees Pruis, recorded
Back, with lid opended
The mains transformer is not original
Radio Expres August 30, 1929
Havened advertises for commercial
travellers and agents to sell the new AC receiver.
Advertisement in magazine Radio Expres,
October 4th, 1929
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