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Admiral 19A12 (1948)


Admiral 19A12 (1948)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Dim the lights and close the curtains -- it's time to watch TV the 1948 way! Sets like this Admiral 7-inch tabletop TV were the most popular and affordable options for first-time TV buyers in the late 1940s. It uses a 7JP4 electrostatically deflected picture tube, which produces a decent picture, but is not as bright as the magnetically deflected tubes in higher end sets of the day. Admiral's version of this set is regarded as one of the best, with more elaborate circuitry and better performance than most others. The Bakelite cabinet isn't perfect, but is in nice condition overall. The Tenite escutcheon is a little curled, which is about as good as they come (most are broken or missing). The chassis has been fully restored with new caps, strong tubes, a full video IF alignment, improved retrace blanking circuitry, a new power cord and a replacement back cover. The set performs like new, with good picture and sound. I can help you with instructions on connecting a DVD player, an over-the-air DTV converter, or other suitable signal source so you can enjoy watching this TV. 16-1/2"W x 9-1/2"H x 17"D.
Admiral 19A12 (1948)
THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Dim the lights and close the curtains -- it's time to watch TV the 1948 way! Sets like this Admiral 7-inch tabletop TV were the most popular and affordable options for first-time TV buyers in the late 1940s. It uses a 7JP4 electrostatically deflected picture tube, which produces a decent picture, but is not as bright as the magnetically deflected tubes in higher end sets of the day. Admiral's version of this set is regarded as one of the best, with more elaborate circuitry and better performance than most others. The Bakelite cabinet isn't perfect, but is in nice condition overall. The Tenite escutcheon is a little curled, which is about as good as they come (most are broken or missing). The chassis has been fully restored with new caps, strong tubes, a full video IF alignment, improved retrace blanking circuitry, a new power cord and a replacement back cover. The set performs like new, with good picture and sound. I can help you with instructions on connecting a DVD player, an over-the-air DTV converter, or other suitable signal source so you can enjoy watching this TV. 16-1/2"W x 9-1/2"H x 17"D.
Sold by Tom Albrecht on November 26, 2022
Listed price on date of sale - $345.00
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