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Silver-Marshall 728 "Q" (1932)
Silver-Marshall 728 "Q"
Photos donated by Michael Feldt.
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This radio was one of the largest Silver-Marshall offered for 1932. I acquired this radio in September 2000 from an auction in Cicero, Indiana.

Tube Line Up:
58...1st. Detector / Mixer
56...AM Oscillator
56...SW Oscillator
56... SW Frequency Driver
58...1st. I.F. Amplifier
58...2nd. I.F. Amplifier
56... 2nd. Detector
56...AVC
45...Audio Driver
45 x 2...Push - Pull Audio Output
83...Rectifier

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