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Superadio Corp.; New York

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Name: Superadio Corp.; New York    (USA)  
Abbreviation: superadio
Products: Model types
Summary:

Superadio Corporation was located at 2674 Bailey Avenue in New York City, New York. They advertised a line of Detector/Amplifiers in the Wireless Age magazines. The company operated radio station 2XK.

History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Alan Larsen.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  21 Detector and Two-Stage Amplifier DA-2 UV200  The Superadio Corporation advertised a line of detectors amplifiers in a October issue of ... 
USA  21 Detector and Single Stage Amplifier DA-1 UV200  The Superadio Corporation advertised a line of detector-amplifiers in an October issue of ... 
USA  21 Two-Stage Amplifier A-2 UV201  The Superadio Corporation advertised a line of detectors/amplifiers in an October issue of... 
USA  21 Three-Stage Amplifier A-3 UV201  The Superadio Corporation advertised a line of detectors/amplifiers in an October issue of... 
USA  22 The Superadio Cockaday UV200  This receiver uses the Cockaday circuit. 

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

January 1921 Pacific Radio News magazine advertisement page 164tbn_usa_superadio_amps_jan1921pacificradionews_page_164.jpg

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Superadio Corp.; New York
Threads: 1 | Posts: 1
Hits: 1935     Replies: 0
Superadio was the successor to the L. M. Cockaday company
Alan Larsen
27.Jan.13
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In a January 1921 Pacific Radio News magazine advertisement on page 164 for the Superadio Corporation it is mentioned at the bottom of the ad that the Superadio Corp. was the successor to the L. M. Cockaday & Company.

 
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