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Bristol Co., The; Waterbury (CT)

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Name: Bristol Co., The; Waterbury (CT)    (USA)  
Abbreviation: bristol
Products: Model types
Summary:

The Bristol Company, Waterbury, Conn., USA.

Horn speakers.

History:
see Floyd A.Paul, Horn Speaker Encyclopedia.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  23 Grimes Inverse Duplex [(old)]   One dial (primary tuning control knob). It is not clear if this set is identical or not wi... 
USA  24 Bristol Single Control Radio Receiver Using Grimes Inverse Duplex System [(new)]   One dial (primary tuning control knob). It is not clear if this set is identical or not wi... 
USA  22 Audiophone Sr.    
USA  23 One stage power amplifier A UV201A  Bristol One Stage Power Amplifier A; Four screw terminals, filament control with 6 tapps. 
USA  22 Audiophone Jr..    
USA  25 Comparophon Loud Speaker Test Set   "Let the customer be the judge." This test unit allowed to compare three loud speakers by ... 
USA  24 Baby Grand   Floyd A.Paul, Radio Horn Speaker Encyclopedia, depicts a model J of exactly the same ap... 
USA  25 Audiophone Cabinet Model Super C   Polished Mahogany Cabinet. Full floating wooden horn and cast metal throat. 
USA  24 Bristol Model D UV201A  4 tube receiver, single knob tuning, using Grimes' Inverse Duplex circuit. Tubes fo... 
USA  25 Model Super S   Rubber horn 14.5 inch diameter. Cast metal throat. Velvet mat finish or motled bronze and ... 
USA  24 Audiophone Horn Speaker Model J   In an October 25th, 1924 Radio Digest magazine advertisement on page 7 the Bristol... 
USA  24 Audiophone Horn Speaker Baby   In an October 25th, 1924 Radio Digest magazine advertisement on page 7 the Bristol... 

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

Bristol Company Ad 1920tbn_usa_bristolcompany_ad_1920.jpg
Adv. Radio Broadcast, 1922tbn_usa_bristol.jpg
The 17-acre Bristol Company property on Bristol Street contained a large manufacturing complex of 15 buildings, an Administration Building, a maintenance garage, and an employee athletic field.tbn_usa_bristolcompany.jpg

  
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