this is my Armstrong Regen with the first tray at bringing back to life dead tubes.
On-the-air demonstration of a 1921 Westinghouse Aeriola Jr. crystal radio. Brought to you by The Radio Technology Museum: http://www.rtm.ar88.net/
Crosley Pup 1925 Radio one tube WD-12
I recently repaired this radio and this video shows it working after an untold amount of years.For a power supply I use an ARBE III (www.arbeiii.com). The voltages are typical
Here's a crude video I made on the subject of the boatload of "retro" or "reproduction" record player / radio / CD player / cassette player combinations that are built to look like
Please, PLEASE watch the entire video BEFORE commenting. OK?
A 1954 commercial for the "Crosley Super Shelvador" refrigerator with cool, automobile-esque styling. I heard that at this point, so many people in the US had a refrigerator that t
Brief demo of a Crosley battery powered farm radio receiving AM and SW broadcast.
DeForest Crosley 51 radio regeneration circuit part 1Manufactured 1924
Fully restored Crosley Model 51 SD old USA tube radio 1924Tubes: two RCA UV201A triodesHeating: 5V DC, Anode +45V and +80-90V DC, grid -1,5V DCRestoration made by Mihály Horn f
My Gramps gave this to, its been in our family for 80 years. I Figured I'd see what you guys thought of it. from what I can tell its around a 1932-35 De Forest Crosley. Besides tha
One of the few instances where I can say we still have the family set in our possession. This is my grandfather's RCA Radiola III. It's complete, original and unrestored. One
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This is an easy to build crystal radio with loop antenna. It can be a nice "first radio" project, but more experimented builder can have fun also with this configuration.
Restored Crosley Model 50. The radio was completed cleaned and rewired. All parts were in good condition. The orginal turning dial had been replaced at some point, a replacement di
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This is the unboxing of the Crosley Companion cathedral replica radio.• AM/FM Radio• Analog Tuner (NOT electronically assisted)• External FM Antenna• Dynamic Full Rang