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Denradio (brand) Denham's (M'boro) Pty Ltd, Qld.

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Name: Denradio (brand) Denham's (M'boro) Pty Ltd, Qld.    (AUS)  
Abbreviation: denradio
Products: Model types
Summary:

Denradio branded radios were made by Denhams (M'boro) Pty Ltd and later Denradio Industries. They were at 155 Adelaide St Maryborough. They were dealers in radio parts and valves but also manufactured radios for a short while. The "Radio Manager" was John Bristoe.

Production: 1946 - 1948
History:
Radios manufactured by Denhams (M'boro) Pty Ltd appear in "The Australian Official Radio Service Manual" vol.5 (1946). All stock and premises were lost in a fire in early 1948 (as reported in "The Australasian Radio World" March 1948) and the company was subsequently re-named Denradio Industries.

This manufacturer was suggested by Stuart Irwin.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
AUS  47 JB7 1852  This is a signal tracer for service work. It covers I.F. and R.F. frequencies from 175 kH... 
AUS  46 ACR12 6SK7  Note use of two RF stages. 
AUS  46 ACR5 6A8G   
AUS  46 WDP90 1P5G  Note the use of two R.F. stages! 
AUS  46 ADM5 6A8G   
AUS  46 ACM5 6A8G   
AUS  46 WD5 [Console] 1C7G   
AUS  46 WD5 [Table] 1C7G   
AUS  46 C35 12A8GT   

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

From the “Maryborough Chronicle”, (Qld.), May 29,1953.tbn_aus_denradio_newspaper_artical_1953.jpg

  
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