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Old 4th November 2012, 01:23 AM   #11
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Thanks for the replies everyone. Im not allowed to edit my posts yet, or i dont know how, so i decided to hold off. I'll have to take some pictures of my projects. Right now im building a three tube, all cx-301-A, regenerative receiver. Then im modifying and adding a second RF stage to a 1923 radiola model 3. WD-11's are too pricey, so i converted it to two cx-299's . For the new RF stage im using two short pin uv299's in a push pull design. Im currently looking for the correct transformers for that. I'll use modern ones for reliabillity. Yes, this is a model 3, its just sitting in a 3a case, which was longer as it has a built in amp. Its fairly rough, but the coil, panel and transformer was good, it had this cabinet, it looks like it needs to be put back into some form of working shape. Or in other words, its rough enough for me to modify and not feel bad about it. Id like to be able to drive a medium sized speaker.

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