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W.A. Radio Service, (Jupiter); Perth WA

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Name: W.A. Radio Service, (Jupiter); Perth WA    (AUS)  
Abbreviation: waradio
Products: Model types
Summary:

W.A. Radio Service

21 Barrack Street, Perth (1932)

254 Murray Street, Perth (1933 - 1936)

260 Murray Street, Perth (1936 - 1937)

The company advertised in April 1932 as having the latest types of all wave receivers. They operated a specially equipped vehicle for door to door service for delivery and repair of radio sets in both the city and country regions. 

They advertised The Jupiter Five all wave receiver in April 1932 which incorporated a system of automatic coil changing.

They were distributors for Croyden and Van Ruytan radios up until April 1937.

Founded: 1932
History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Gary Cowans.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
AUS  32 Jupiter   Battery operated, super superhetrodyne receiver, advertised in the Sunday Times ... 

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

Advertisement for the Jupiter radio and the travelling radio store. From the Sunday Times (WA), 24 April 1932, Page 8.tbn_aus_waradio_jupiter_st_24_4_32_p8.jpg
Advert for Croyden car radios. Sunday Times (WA), 31 March 1935, Page 20.tbn_aus_waradio_crydon_st_31_3_35_p20.jpg
Advert from West Australian Wireless News & Musical World, April 18, 1932, page 14.tbn_aus_waradio_ad_wan_7_7_33_p26.jpg

  
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