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Fidelity Radio Ltd.; London

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Name: Fidelity Radio Ltd.; London    (GB)  
Abbreviation: fidelity
Products: Model types
Summary:

Fidelity Radio Ltd., head office in Blechynden Street, North Kensington, London.
They are using "Tufnol", a shellac impregnated fibre material made by "Ellison Insulations Ltd.", Perry Bar, Birmingham. First radio was model 2546 "Caravan Set" (nickname). They made turntables and tape recorders (Argyll Major and Minor, Playmatic, Playmaster and Braemar), and cheap portable TV sets.

Production: 1947 -
History:
In the 90ies "Fidelity Radio Ltd." became "Amstrad Fidelity".

This manufacturer was suggested by Konrad Birkner † 12.08.2014.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
GB  70 Playmaster TR6   4 pistes 
GB  81 Battery Saver Transistor Portable   First model to recharge a dry cell battery. Mentioned in "New Scientist" May ... 
GB  75 MR1   4 FM presets, up to 108 Mhz. Made in England. 
GB  65 Transistor Seven Portable Receiver 199 AF117  Made in England. 
GB  87 14" Portable Colour TV CTV1404R-1 (CTV1404R-I)   PAL. CCIR I standard UHF tuner. 
GB  87 14" Portable Colour TV CTV1404R   PAL. CCIR I standard UHF tuner. 
GB  74 Radio Master UA3 BF595  This model is very similar to record player UA2, extended with a MW/FM radio.   
GB  60 Minstrel UL84   
GB  73 RAD27 T6F  Similar looking case to the RAD 26 & RAD 29 but this model has marine band and shor... 
GB  73 RAD26   Uses Power Pack PP9 Wavebands LW: 148 - 260 KHz, MW: 525 - 1620 KHz, ... 
GB  68 RAD11 AF117  Socket for earphone. Elliptical loudspeaker 7 x 3.625 inch. 
GB  73 Stereo Receiver U.A.I   Record player Garrard SP25 MKII, Pickup: Pickering XV-15 1200E. Speed: 16-33-45-78 ... 

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