FS: Millen, Central Electronics, Hallicrafters, B&W, Allied and More
n7rk at COX.NET
Tue Dec 20 23:53:30 EST 2005
Here are some items for sale. Prices do not include shipping. I will
Hallicrafters S-58 AM/FM Broadcast Receiver..........$75 plus shipping
This is a 7 tube receiver, built in to a S-40 cabinet that covers the
AM-FM broadcast bands. The radio has a built-in speaker. The radio plays
but needs to be re-capped. Cosmetically, the radio is OK but has some
Central Electronics Model A Sideband Slicer........$150 plus shipping
This unit can be used with most any 455 kHz IF receivers to accomplish
SSB filtering. This unit is in pretty nice shape. The front panel which
is the most important is in very good condition. Under the chassis looks
good also. The unit is untested as I do not have a receiver to use this
with. It does have some connecting cables so it has been used in the not
to distant past. I have verified that the power supply is OK and all of
the tubes are good. Includes a photocopy of the manual. The manual
includes info on hooking this unit up with the Hallicrafters SX-71,
National HRO-50 and NC-101X, and Collins Radio 75A-2, 75A-3 receivers.
Barker and Williamson Model 410 Distortion Meter......$135 plus shipping
This unit is both a distortion meter and a voltmeter. Includes the
original manual. This unit can do the following: Measure total harmonic
distortion of audio amplifiers an modulation of transmitters, Measure
RMS voltage from 0.1 millivolt to 300 volts AC, Measure decibels from
-75 db to +52 db, Measure noise levels of audio amplifiers and
modulation of transmitters
Allied A-2515 Receiver & Matching Speaker...$90 plus shipping
This is a single conversion solid state receiver made from 1967-1971.
Frequency coverage is 550 kHz to 30 MHz with a low frequency band from
150-400 kHz. This radio works on 110 volts and 12 volts dc. This unit
works well and is in really nice shape with a few very minor scuffs. The
only real flaw is that the BFO knob is incorrect. I do not have a manual
but they are available from a number of sources.
James Millen 90651 Grid Dip Oscillator (GDO).......$65 plus shipping
Includes 6 coils covering 1.7 MHz to 300 MHz. The 7th coil which covers
the UHF frequencies is missing. The unit has been tested and does work.
This is an AC operated unit. Includes a photocopy of the manual.
NRI Professional Signal Tracer Model 33 Radio Tester...$60 plus shipping
This unit includes a four-band TRF radio with 2 tuned stages and an
audio amplifier. Both sections are similar to the audio and RF-IF
channels of the Rider Chanalyst and the Meissner Analyst 9-1040. The
four bands of the NRI-33 cover 170 KHz through 11.4 MHz in four
continuous ranges. This includes the commonly used IF frequencies as
well as broadcast and short-wave. Tubes are 6E5 eye tube, two 6SK7 for
RF amps, 6SQ7 as detector & first AF, 6K6 for audio out and 5Y3
rectifier. Additional info on this unit can be found here:
http://oak.cats.ohiou.edu/~postr/bapix/NRIpro33.htm. The unit works but
it really does need to be re-capped as it appears all original under the
chassis. The eye tube is nice and bright. I did here a few stations with
the RF probe attached to a long wire antenna.
Realistic DX-440 AM FM Short Wave Portable Receiver...$90 plus shipping
A real nice DX-440 All Band Portable Receiver with the original box and
the instruction manual. This is the same receiver as the Sangean
ATS-803A. The receiver has been well cared for an is in excellent
condition. This model has a BFO which will allow you to listen to single
sideband and CW stations as well as AM short-wave. The radio works well.
Includes a set of batteries.
73 and thanks for looking.
Dave N7RK Boatanchors Home Page: http://members.cox.net/n7rk
Phoenix, Arizona *DXCC Honor Roll* *WAZ#23 - 75 Meter SSB*
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