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Webster Electric (Electrical) Co. (Teletalk); Racine (WI)

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Name: Webster Electric (Electrical) Co. (Teletalk); Racine (WI)    (USA)  
Abbreviation: webster-el
Products: Model types

Webster Electric Company, also sometimes called Webster Electrical Co.
1900 S. Clark St., Racine, Wisconsin (1960)

Export department:
100 Varick St., New York, N.Y. (1937)
13 E. 40th St., New York 16, N.Y. (1948)

Intercom systems, tape recorders (Ekotape), record players / pickups and amplifiers. Originally maker of the Webster Magneto.

Not to be confused with the Chicago based Webster company!

Founded: 1909

This manufacturer was suggested by Gottfried Silberhorn.

Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  48 Teletalk 212 S   Intercom. 12 lines. Made in USA. 
USA  50 Teletalk 924   Intercom. 24 lines. Made in USA. 
USA  48 Teletalk 212 M   Intercom. 12 lines. Made in USA. 
USA  53 Teletalk Speaker Microphone Intercom 5G45BB   The Teletalk Speaker Microphone 5G45BB is a slave-station intercom unit.  It ... 
USA  49 604-M 12BA6  AC-DC operated Inter Communication System with Room Speaker and Door Speaker. 
USA  60 Amplifier TP14 EF86  PA amplifier, inputs Mic & Phono; "Line" terminal. 
USA  28/29 Electric Pick-Up 1A   Electric Pick-Up for Phonographs. 
USA  28/29 Electric Pick-Up 1B   Electric Pick-Up for Phonographs. 
USA  50 Teletalk Satellite Speaker   Round satellite speaker for use with the Webster Electric Teletalk intercom system, with m... 
USA  32 Power Amplifier 6064R1 unknown  Webster 6064R1 Power Amplifier; Cinema amplifier for disc or film AF input. Left-right ... 
USA  37 Teletalk ICS-124-1 77  Intercom unit. Listen-talk switch. Uses a resistance line cord (184 Ohms)! 
USA  37 Teletalk MS 77  Intercom unit. Listen-talk switch. Resistance line cord (184 Ohms) used! 


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