This was "Antique Radio Night". Members brought in some of their
boat anchors to show us all.
A radio from WA2BAJ and some tubes from N2JE: An 813 on the left, with an 829b and an 832.
Dave's (AB2EF) radios: a Philco 46-350 and Emerson 510 from the 40s. And an Emerson AX-212 from 1938.
A Hallicrafters SX-100, circa 1956. Cost $300 new.
Jack Hayne (WB2BED) with some of his collection. The HT is
an SCR-536 and is AM only. The large radio on the left is an SCR-694C
A Hallicrafters S38. Owned by Zack, WB2PUE.
Some very old gear from Joe, WA2BAJ.
Jack (WB2BED) holding an Army walkie-talkie.
John (N2JE) describing his "Radio Manufacturing and Electronics"
W2ZUN showing his ??.
Zack (WB2PUE) displays his Hallicrafters S38.
Jerry (WA2DKG) shows his Hallicrafters radio.
Ted (KD2UB) describing his Kight-Kit radio.
Bob (W2ILP) telling about his ocilloscope. It's labelled "RCA
Cathode Ray Oscillograph Type TMV-122-B.
Manufactured by RCA in Camden in 1938".
Dave (AB2EF) talks abut his Philco 46-350, Emerson 510, and Emerson AX-212, ca. 1938.
Pete (N2PYV) says that he uses his S38 daily. He still has to read the manual to work the radio.
Joe (WA2BAJ) holding an issue of FM Magazine from 1947