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Pye Electronics Pty Ltd, Melbourne

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Name: Pye Electronics Pty Ltd, Melbourne    (AUS)  
Abbreviation: pye-el
Products: Model types
Summary:

Pye Electronics Pty Ltd, Melbourne, - brand names Pye and Pye Tecnico.

Founded: 1951
Closed: 1959
Production: 1951 - 1959
History:
Pye branded radios between 1951 and 1954 were manufactured by Electronic Industries Ltd. From 1955 onwards they were manufactured by Tecnico Ltd. Around 1956 their products were branded "Pye Tecnico". Tecnico Ltd changed its name to Pye Industries Ltd on 01/06/59. See separate listing.

This manufacturer was suggested by Stuart Irwin.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
AUS  51 PL 6A8G   
AUS  55 12 M.S.W. 6AN7  This model has four band spread short wave ranges covering the 31, 25, 19 and 16 metre ban... 
AUS  51 BPL 6A8G   
AUS  51 BPK 6J8G   
AUS  52 APM 6BE6  The Pye APM uses a slightly modified Astor PM chassis. Circuit values are otherwise the sa... 
AUS  54 EQM 6AN7  The Pye EQM uses a slightly modified Astor QM chassis. Circuit values are otherwise the sa... 
AUS  51 PK 6J8G   
AUS  51 PJ ECH35  This model has three band-spread short wave ranges, covering the 19, 25 and 31 metre bands. 
AUS  51 APJ [With 6AN7] 6AN7  The Pye APJ uses a slightly modified Astor GN chassis. Circuit values are otherwise the sa... 
AUS  51 APL 6A8G   
AUS  52 APR 1T4  Radio Corporation made chassis electrically identical to Astor model PR. This model has... 
AUS  52 EMS 6AN7  This model uses a Plessey three speed record changer. It has three band-spread short wave ... 

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

The News, (SA), March 21, 1951 Page 26.tbn_aus_pye_ad_1951.jpg

  
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