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Old 8th April 2011, 09:23 AM   #1
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schematics anyone? Around 1959 model number is B5Z92A. its an AM / SW radio with input for tape and a turntable (probably ceramic cart). Definitely stereo, seems to be EL84 outputs.

Any help from our Euro members appreciated!

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Old 8th April 2011, 09:54 AM   #2
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Try UK Vintage Radio forum. Click the panel at the top right, and search for your radio. You will have to pay for a download, but it funds the forum so going to a good cause!
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Old 8th April 2011, 03:28 PM   #3
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It seems akin to this one: http://www.datastress.com/~mario/rad...&brand=Philips
At least, judging by type number and specifications. I wouldn't be surprised if the electronics are in fact identical.
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zero from 2, but thanks for the advice guys.

THe search goes on....
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Hi a10,

That radio was the top of the Philips radio line up here. It was branded Philips Maestro in this market and was usually installed in stereo consoles, but the net throws up only some R2Rs with that model name. Apart from vintage -radio, you can also try mfbfreaks .nl. That site is full of Philips gear nuts and somebody may have the information.


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looks like this one: http://www.philipsradios.nl/Schemas/B5X94A.pdf
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thanks guys, but still not there...
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