|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 670T, sister radio to the Westinghouse WR-214, was the largest table model radio, and the only tombstone radio, American Bosch offered in 1937. I purchased this radio through an ad in the Antique Radio Classified magazine in the early 1990s.|
Tube Line Up:
6A8G...1st. Detector / Oscillator
6H6G...2nd. Detector / AVC
6F5G...Audio Phase Splitter
2 x 6F6G...Push - Pull Audio Output
LW Band (Green)...150 kHz - 380 kHz
BC Band (Cream)...540 kHz - 1800 kHz
P Band (Blue)...1.8 MHz - 6 MHz
SW Band (Red)...6 MHz - 18 MHz
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