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Fidelity Radio Ltd.; London

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Name: Fidelity Radio Ltd.; London    (GB)  
Abbreviation: fidelity
Products: Model types
Summary:

Fidelity Radio Ltd., head office in Blechynden Street, North Kensington, London.
They are using "Tufnol", a shellac impregnated fibre material made by "Ellison Insulations Ltd.", Perry Bar, Birmingham. First radio was model 2546 "Caravan Set" (nickname). They made turntables and tape recorders (Argyll Major and Minor, Playmatic, Playmaster and Braemar), and cheap portable TV sets.

Production: 1947 -
History:
In the 90ies "Fidelity Radio Ltd." became "Amstrad Fidelity".

This manufacturer was suggested by Konrad Birkner † 12.08.2014.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
GB  62 TR-19 ECC83  Solid State Rectifier FC116. 
GB  47 Caravan Set 2546   Available in a number of shades. Case made from Tufnol, a shellac impregnated fibre materi... 
GB  70 RAD24    
GB  60 Ayr OC44  Socket for external aerial. 
GB  61 Argyll Major [2 Track] EF86  Portable tape recorder. Single speed (3.75 ips), dual track, reel size 5.75 inch. Fitted w... 
GB  61 Coronet GET874  In later models, the transistors were changed to 3 x AF117, OC81D and 2 x OC81. The long w... 
GB  63 Fairline 2G417  Two of the 12 transistors are used as diodes. Set has an RF amp, & seperate local osc (not... 
GB  62 Floret AF117 
GB  61 Fidelity Radio Florida Transistor 6 OC44  The model Florida Transistor 6 is an early transistor radio from Fidelity Radio Ltd., Lond... 
GB  60 HF17 EF89   
GB  58 RG26 ECC85   
GB  66 Comet AF115 

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