|Photos donated by Michael Feldt.|
Visit Michael's web site at http://www.indianaradios.com/.
To see all the photos Michael has contributed to the Archives, click here.
|The Remler "29" was a superheterodyne, sold as a kit. I acquired this receiver in 1990 from a prominent Michigan antique radio collector.|
Tube Line Up:
22...R. F. Amplifier
01A...1st. Detector / Mixer
22...1st. I. F. Amplifier
22...2nd. I. F. Amplifier
22...3rd. I. F. Amplifier
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When cabinet material or color differences are apparent or suspected in donated photos, I have included additional photos of certain model numbers. Due to time constraints, I must rely entirely on the accuracy of information supplied by contributors with their photographs. As such, no guarantee is made that the model numbers presented here are correct.
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