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Old 3rd April 2013, 04:42 AM   #11
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Guys,
The local "Hysterical" Radio Society to the rescue with a useful index.
http://www.hrsa.asn.au/hrsa-files/ea...dex-090512.pdf
Cheers,
Ian

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For your possible interest.

I have this amp on my bench for repair. The lady who brought it to me says it was her grandpa's Harmonica Amp and would like restored. Did a circuit trace. Very interesting tone control, treble boost/cut by feedback around the output tube. I looked up the tone control in RDH to find that the entire design is a 1942 W.N. Williamson design, Yep same Williamson who did the famous (well certainly the most copied) HiFi Amp design. Could have saved the circuit trace effort if I had know that up front.
6J7 triode mode to 6J7 pentode mode to 6V6 with an 80 rectifier. Lamp in standby switch line as a HT fuse.

Cheers,
Ian

I'm going with the THd Univalve modded similar to your 1942 but adding a pentode(screen/suppressor linked/triode mode) front end.

That is a nice unit schematic, shows someone loved it.

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> scan of all of Radio TV and Hobbies

{much later}

American(!) Radio History has part of 1939 to 1947:
RADIO & HOBBIES; Australian hobbyist magazine

W.N. Williams article:
http://americanradiohistory.com/Arch...es-1942-06.pdf --page 21 of 5MB PDF
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