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Armstrong Wireless and Television Ltd.; London

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Name: Armstrong Wireless and Television Ltd.; London    (GB)  
Abbreviation: armstrong
Products: Model types
Summary:

Armstrong Wireless and Television Ltd was founded by Claude Charles (C. C.) Jackson in King's Rd, Camden Town, London.
In the post-war period they briefly made radios for ships as well as TV sets, but then settled down into making consumer radios, amplifers, and tuners. They specialised in making chassis models without a cabinet.

They changed their name to "Armstrong Audio" in 1963. During the 1960's and 1970's Armstrong produced their best known ranges, the 500 and 600 series. Company was closed at the end of the 1970ies.
Text and Information are from Jim Lesurf.

Founded: 1932
History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Wolfgang Scheida.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
GB  70 FM Tuner 524   Hi-Fi Stereo FM tuner. Coverage:  86 - 109MHz  Frequency Response: 30Hz ... 
GB  56 3-in-one AM/FM Radiogram Chassis AF105 ECC85  High Fidelity mono amplifier and AM/FM tuner on one compact chassis. Frequency Response... 
GB  61 VHF Tuner T4 ECC85  A mono FM tuner supplied as a chassis, cabinet optional. Full VHF coverage 88-108MHz. 
GB  68 Stereo Amplifier 521 BC109  2 x 25 watts output at 0.5% harmonic distortion Frequency responce 20 to 25,000 Hz Bass ... 
GB  57–62 Amplifier A10. Mk II (2) EF86  Power Amp, mono, with power supply for Pre-Amp. 
GB  73 FM Receiver 625   2 x 40 watt Stereo FM tuner/Amplifier. 
GB  52 BS54 6K8  Short-wave overseas receiver, especially for listeners abroad requiring a sensitive and... 
GB  73 623   Double Conversion on AM. The high (3MHz) 1st IF allows LW & MW on one band. Var... 
GB  61 Stereo 55 ECC85   
GB  65 226 ECL84  Armstrong 226 AM/FM Stereo Tuner Amplifier; With moving magnet cartridge input, RCA termi... 
GB  72 626   Unit is a Receiver (Amp + tuner). 
GB  63 Stereo Twelve Mk II (12Mk2) ECC85  Radio tuner with stereo amplifier; external MPX decoder required for FM stereo.  

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