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Pacific Radio Corporation (Jackson-Bell post 1934, Parco); Los Angeles (CA)

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Name: Pacific Radio Corporation (Jackson-Bell post 1934, Parco); Los Angeles (CA)    (USA)  
Abbreviation: pacific-r2
Products: Model types
Summary:

Pacific Radio Corporation is known under the following addresses (and brands):

1479 W. Adams Bvd, Los Angeles, CA

  • Jackson-Bell, Westone (1935)
  • Jackson-Bell (1936)
  • Jackson-Bell, Crusader (1937)

5016 S. Main St, Los Angeles, CA

  • Pacific Crusader (1938, 1939)

Pacific Radio was one of the independent radio manufacturers in the LA basin.

They also sold sets under their own brand/label Parco.

History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Rodney Boleyn.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  36 Jackson-Bell 60 6J5  The chassis for this radio was manufactured by Mission Bell (Los Angeles, CA) as evid... 
USA  38/39 37T   This superhet receiver employs 5 glass tubes (old style). It tunes Broadcast and Police... 
USA  37/38 806X   This superhet receiver employs 7 octal glass tubes and 1 ballast tube, including or plu... 
USA  36/37 606UM   This receiver covers Broadcast band only and is equipped with 6 metal type tubes. It fe... 
USA  36/37 506M   This receiver covers Broadcast band only and is equipped with 5 metal type tubes. It fe... 
USA  38/39 57AN   This superhet receiver employs 7 glass tubes (mainly old style, some octal), including ... 
USA  37–39 27   This TRF receiver employs 4 glass tubes (old style) and 1 ballast tube. It has a dial d... 
USA  37–39 57C   This superhet receiver employs 6 glass tubes (old style), including or plus Magic Eye t... 
USA  36/37 606U   This receiver covers Broadcast band only and is equipped with 6 octal type glass tubes.... 
USA  38/39 37P   This superhet receiver employs 5 glass tubes (old style). It tunes Broadcast and Police... 
USA  38/39 57A   This superhet receiver employs 6 glass tubes (old style), including or plus Magic Eye. ... 
USA  38/39 18   This TRF receiver employs 5 glass tubes (old style) and tunes Broadcast band only. ... 

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

Scanned from the Jackson-Bell Folder for 1936.tbn_jacksonbell_folder_1936_p1.jpg
Scanned from the Jackson-Bell Folder for 1936.tbn_jacksonbell_folder_1936_p2.jpg
Scanned from the Jackson-Bell Folder for 1936.tbn_jacksonbell_folder_1936_p3.jpg
Scanned from the Jackson-Bell Folder for 1936.tbn_jacksonbell_folder_1936_p4.jpg
Radio Today, Sept. 1936tbn_usa_pacific_1937.jpg
Radio Today, June 1937tbn_usa_pacific_1938.jpg
Radio Today 1938tbn_usa_pacific_1939.jpg

  
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