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Macq, Radio-Synthèse; Bruxelles

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Name: Macq, Radio-Synthèse; Bruxelles    (B)  
Abbreviation: macq
Products: Model types
Summary:

Laboratoires et Ateliers Clément Macq
87 Avenue de la Constitution, Bruxelles (1927)

Société Coopérative Radio-Synthèse (1930)
19 Place Vanden Peereboom, Ypres (1932)

Receivers built by Radio-Synthèse carry the brand/logo Macq and the text "S.C. Radio-Synthèse" beneath.

Founded: 1923
History:

According to the history provided on the Macq website, Macq and Cie were founded in August 1923 by Clément Macq.

In the 1920s, Macq built the "Merry" receiver. 

In 1930, S.C. Radio-Synthèse was created.

From 1946 on they specialized in industrial electronics (1946: spectography equipment, a digital voltmeter in the first half of the 1960s). From 1968 they also built programmable logic controllers.

In 2010 the company was renamed to "macq". Today (2016) they are active in the traffic and automotive sector.

This manufacturer was suggested by Bruno Brasseur.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
32/33 Synchro-Sélectance Automatic   One of seven different models for the year 1933. Preliminary data. 
37 Inconnu - Unknown 1 6D6   
27 Merry   Superneutrodyne. Volt- and milliamperemeter built in. 

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

Het Ypersch Nieuws, 03.06.1932tbn_b_macq_echange_1933.jpg

  
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