|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 J-100 was General Electric's top of the line table model radio for 1933. This radio was actually manufactured by RCA-Victor which manufactured its own version as the R-74. The J-100 was essentially a 10 tube console radio chassis housed in an elaborate cathedral cabinet and the whole set weighed in at a hefty 44 pounds. I purchased this set in May of 2000 at the IHRS Spring swap meet which was held in Indianapolis, Indiana.|
Tube Line Up:
46 x 2...Push - Pull Audio Output
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