|Photos donated by Jim Worden.|
Visit Jim's web site at http://www.jimsradios.com/.
To see all the photos Jim has contributed to the Archives, click here.
|This is a 12 tube "all wave" (3 band) superheterodyne console with a "rainbow" dial, push-pull beam power output, bass boost, copper plated chassis and tuning eye. The 400 was also available with pushbutton electric tuning (model 400-A). The dial includes a logging function (small dial with a geared pointer) sometimes referred to as a "band spread" that allows for pinpoint tuning between the calibrations on the dial, desirable for short wave tuning.|
See history of the Howard Company at Jim's web site.
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