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Scott; H.H.; Maynard, Massachusetts

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Name: Scott; H.H.; Maynard, Massachusetts    (USA)  
Abbreviation: scott-hh
Products: Model types
Summary:

H.H. Scott; Maynard, MA.
Vacuum tube consumer high fidelity audio products produced from 1946 through 1966. Later also solid state models. Belongs now Emerson.

Production: 1946 -
History:
After Hermon Hosmer Scott worked for the General Radio Company, in Cambridge, MA from 1931 to 1946, serving first as Sales Engineer/Development Engineer and later as Executive Engineer in charge of Audio, Acoustic, Broadcast and related developments, he founded the Technology Instrument Corporation, of Waltham, MA in 1946. I.T.C.'s first product was the Type 910-A; a 13-tube, 19-inch, rack-mounted, Dynamic Noise Suppressor marketed to commercial broadcasters and permitted stations to greatly reduce their dependence on live performances.

In 1947 Scott founded his H.H. Scott, with a rustic old shoe factory as place in Cambridge, MA. It has then built the first integrated Hi-Fi phon amplifier 210-A. In 1957 the company moved into a new atate-of-the-art manufacturing and research facility at Powder Mill Road in Maynard, MA.

The company remained independent until 1973, when it was acquired by Electro Audio Dynamics of Europe. US operations were later relocated to Woburn, MA, offices. In 1985, the famous hi-fi brand was purchased and today operates as a division of Emerson Electronics.

This manufacturer was suggested by Gottfried Silberhorn.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  61/62 Wideband 350 6BS8  FM Multiplex Stereo Tuner. 
USA  64–66 Stereomaster 299-D 12AX7  Integrated Amp, stereo; with Center Channel output. 
USA  60/61 Stereomaster 299-B 12AX7  Integrated Amp, stereo; 
USA  07 Stereo CD Radio Cassette Recorder SX22   Stereo Radio with CD-Player and cassette recorder. Made in China   
USA  71 AM/FM Tuner 2550   The Scott model 2550 is an AM/FM stereo tuner.  
USA  70 Stereomaster 348-B   Scott model Stereomaster 348-B. FM only stereo receiver. 30W per channel into 8 ohms. 20 H... 
USA  58 Stereomaster 299A 12AX7  Leistung 2× 17 W. 
USA  62 kit amp LK-30 12AX7  Similar to 200B; output 2× 12 W. 
USA  62/63 340A 6BS8  Output 2× 27 W. 
USA  60–62 Stereomaster 399 6BS8  output 2× 18 W; the AM and FM sections could be operated simultaneously, to receive the ea... 
USA  62 Stereo Laboratory Amplifier Kit LK-48 12AX7   
USA  56 Dynaural Laboratory Amplifier 210-D 1614  30-Watt integrated amplifier, mono, with Dynaural Noise Suppressor. 

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

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Q: Scott, Service-Unterlagentbn_usa_scott_audio_logo.jpg

  
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