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Chassis 110-G Panamuse - and the right pictures ...

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Ernst Erb
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04.Sep.12 18:48

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This model was created with the input of a Rider's schematic first: It is W-940 for model 110-G, Panamuse and there is a second chassis W-941 called model 110-G, Panamuse Amplifier from March 21, 1938. The Rider's Schematic for the Panamuse Tuner is from March 9, 1938. It shows 3 tuning bands, tube 6K7 is RF, 6A8 soc mixer, 6K7 IF, 6H6 2nd det etc., 6G5 mag. eye, 6K7 1st AF. 3-gang tuning condenser. Separate chassis for AF shows 6N7, 6C5 and two 6V6G for push-pull plus rectifier 5Z3. There is a socket for a elecromagnetic moving coul speaker plus an outlet for a possible external permanent magnetic speaker. Two transformers possible, 1543 (öus part 20106) for 60 cycles or 1544 (plus part 20107) for 25 cycles.

A member loaded up pictures from an eBay sales - and I have an ad which could fit of a Hepplewhite for $ 595, which could be from the family 110G ... It is called De Luxe Hepplewhite with foreign and domestic reception and was available either in Mahogany or Walnut.

I don't know yet if one of the pictures fit or which fits an other model. I put my pictures here (further down) just to later find the truth.

1)
The top picture in the ad is for DeLuxe Adam cabinet - price $ 1045 - and it could be for 406G Adam 1938/39.
2)
The picture in the middle is a DeLuxe Hepplewhite cabinet, price $ 595, turns (20) records over, equipped for TV sound, can be Mahogany or Walnut, lowest range in the DeLuxe models, which can go up to $ 2500 (500 Empire). It is therefore a Series 100, but Baumbach does not list a Hepplewhite for this series - but has shown us a model 110 without name where $ 595 fit into the G year, 1938/39.
3)
The bottom picture (and text) is for a Capehart-Panamuse Sheraton cabinet for $ 179.50, the range having a price from $ 159.50 to 299.50 - with a "new" automatic phonograph (not turning over).It offers nearly an hour continuous music.

Specially the middle picture nails me down to season G for 1938/39 and 110 for series 100, making the others also saison G, but Panamuse may have arrived at season F. The price for the top model fits into 406G Adam.

This article was edited 05.Sep.12 06:21 by Ernst Erb .

  
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