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Consolidated Electronics Pty. Ltd. (Cuemaster, Electrodyne); Melbourne, VIC

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Name: Consolidated Electronics Pty. Ltd. (Cuemaster, Electrodyne); Melbourne, VIC    (AUS)  
Abbreviation: conso
Products: Model types
Summary:

Consolidated Electronics Pty. Ltd. 
380 St. Kilda Road, Melbourne, Victoria. (1962 – 1963)
505 Lygon Street, East, Brunswick, Victoria. (1964 -1970)
82 Albion Street, East Brunswick, Victoria. (1971 - 1979)
16A Anderson Street, Thornbury, Victoria. (1980 – 1990)

Brands: Cuemaster
               Electrodyne

Manufacturers of “Cuemaster” cartridge tape replay/record machines, “Electrodyne” transceivers and provided a design and construction service of specialised equipment, engineered to customers' requirements.

Importers and distributors of tape cartridges, Nortronics tape heads,Viking tape decks and accessories, Fairchild recording equipment, audio tape and Baker loudspeakers.

They mainly supplied equipment to the radio broadcast and TV industry.

Founded: 1962
Closed: 1990
Production: 1962 - 1990
History:

The Company was formed in November 1962 by the amalgamation of four companies;

The First Directors of the company were John Winch and Reuben Medding.[1] [2]

In 1990 they became a Division of Associated Controls Pty. Ltd.[3]

[1] Radio & Hobbies, May 1963, Page 48.
[2] Radio & Hobbies, Jan 1963, Page 92.
[3] Broadcast & TV Yearbook, 1990, Page 73.

This manufacturer was suggested by Aglef Tröger.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
AUS  70 Cuemaster 906    

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

[1] he Company was formed in November 1962 by the amalgamation of four companies. Radio & Hobbies, May 1963, Page 48.tbn_aus_cons_1_r_h_may_1963_page_48.jpg
[2] First Directors of the company were John Winch and Reuben Medding. Radio & Hobbies, Jan 1963, Page 92.tbn_aus_cons_2_r_h_jan_1963_page_92.jpg
[3] In 1990 they became a Division of Associated Controls Pty. Ltd. Broadcast & TV Yearbook, 1990, Page 73.tbn_aus_cons_3_b_t_yearbook_1990_page_73.jpg
Advert from 1963 listing the various types of equipment manufactured and sold by the new Company. Vareogram Stereo Playgram, Gray’s portable record players and amplifiers and Electrodyne Tachometer, Warning lamp, Two Way radio and Ferrograph Echo Sounder. Radio & Hobbies, May 1963, Page 49.tbn_aus_cons_1_r_h_may_1963_page_49.jpg

  
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