|Name:||Canadian Marconi Co. Ltd. (CMC); Montreal (CDN)|
Canadian Marconi Company Ltd.:
Successor of 1903 founded "Marconi Wireless Telegraph of Canada Ltd.", Montreal. Today it is named CMC Electronics Inc. and the company's principal locations are in Montreal, Quebec; Ottawa, Ontario; and Chicago, Illinois.
Company history: see www.cmcelectronics.ca/cmc-electronics-history.aspx if you want further details.
|CDN||34/35||55||6D6||Two dynamic speakers; Overload indicator.|
|CDN||34||48||6C6||Vibrator for +B.|
|CDN||54/55||365||Available in Walnut, Mahogany and Limed Oak.|
|CDN||54/55||378||Available in Walnut, Mahogany and Limed Oak.|
|CDN||54/55||376||Available in Walnut, Mahogany and Blond Oak.|
|CDN||31/32||26-SW||224||Separate short-wave converter.|
|CDN||99/99||Doublet ID= 34982||Push-pull af output.|
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Hits: 417 Replies: 1Marconi radio model 168
I would like to replace the present speaker (not original?) with an original. Who was the manufacturer and any other details. The model in now is a Magnavox 12 inch 910 Ohms. Is it the original. Where can I buy an orifinal? Your help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks
Actually your questtion should be at the Model
It would be good too if you uploaded photos to the model!
Just a reminder the photos should be 933 pixel wide and up to 1400 high (use this to get a larger 1400 high and up to 933 of the chassis wiring), no flash or reflections from lamp or sun.
See also From Help on restoration on Front page.
It may be similar to a UK model. But hard to tell without photos.