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Admiral 20X11N TV (1949)


Admiral 20X11N TV (1949)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Among early TVs, Admirals have held up especially well over the years and are among the best performers from the late 1940s. This black Bakelite 10" tabletop set is one of the most collectable early sets because of its beautiful and relatively compact cabinet design. The rounded sides of the screen show that this is a 1940s TV - not like the rectangular screens that were soon to follow in the early 1950s. The chassis has been thoroughly restored, with all paper and electrolytic capacitors replaced, new resistors where needed, a strong set of tubes (including an excellent picture tube), a full video/audio RF and IF alignment, cleaning of controls and tuner contacts, and an improved vertical retrace blanking circuit added to remove pesky retrace lines that sometimes show up on vintage TVs. It works like new, with a great picture and good audio. I can advise you on suitable inexpensive analog TV signal sources, such as a DVD player with modulator, or a DTV converter box for over-the-air or cable TV. Watching old shows on a 1940s TV takes you back to the time when TV was a brand new experience. 15-1/2"H x 14-3/4"W x 19-1/2"D.
Admiral 20X11N TV (1949)
THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Among early TVs, Admirals have held up especially well over the years and are among the best performers from the late 1940s. This black Bakelite 10" tabletop set is one of the most collectable early sets because of its beautiful and relatively compact cabinet design. The rounded sides of the screen show that this is a 1940s TV - not like the rectangular screens that were soon to follow in the early 1950s. The chassis has been thoroughly restored, with all paper and electrolytic capacitors replaced, new resistors where needed, a strong set of tubes (including an excellent picture tube), a full video/audio RF and IF alignment, cleaning of controls and tuner contacts, and an improved vertical retrace blanking circuit added to remove pesky retrace lines that sometimes show up on vintage TVs. It works like new, with a great picture and good audio. I can advise you on suitable inexpensive analog TV signal sources, such as a DVD player with modulator, or a DTV converter box for over-the-air or cable TV. Watching old shows on a 1940s TV takes you back to the time when TV was a brand new experience. 15-1/2"H x 14-3/4"W x 19-1/2"D.
Sold by Tom Albrecht on September 5, 2015
Listed price on date of sale - $375.00
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