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Myers, E.B. Ltd.; Cleveland (Myers4)

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Name: Myers, E.B. Ltd.; Cleveland (Myers4)    (USA)  
Abbreviation: myers3
Products: Tube manufacturer
Summary:

Myers, E.B. Ltd.; Cleveland (Myers4): A short lived production of Myers 201A and 201X tubes. See also "Radio Audion Company of Jersey City" (Myers2), E.B. Myers Lt.; Toronto (Myers3).

History:
Myers, E.B. Ltd.; Cleveland (Myers4): After the company "Radio Audion Company of Jersey City" (Myers2) went bancrupt in 1922, Elman B. Myers went to Montreal and found new financial backing to manufacture tubes, aimed for the US market by mail order (Myers3). When the triode patents of Lee de Forest ceised, the company moved to Cleveland, Ohio - without Myers. But soon RCA sued them for back royalties and the company went bancrupt. While in Cleveland (Myers4), the company produced and marketed Myers 201A and 201X tubes.


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Further details for this manufacturer by the members (rmfiorg):

Radio Broadcast, Apr. 1926, p. 704tbn_usa_myers.jpg
Radio News advert March 1926otbn_myers_ohio_rn326.png
Radio News may 1926tbn_myers_rn526_cleveland_ohio.png

  
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