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philips: B7X14A/00 ; Capella-Reverbeo

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David Schulman
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23.Jan.09 00:29

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Hello to all, this is my first post to these forums and I would be grateful to any assistance. I have a model B7X14A/04, however, the model here is the /00 model. Does anyone have any information on what the major differences are between the two. They do look different, but other than that, I really don't know what the differences are between the two models. I haven't been able to locate any information on the internet for the model I have either. A link to a photo of my set is below. Thanks for any input.

David, WD0ERU

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Bernhard Nagel
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23.Jan.09 01:29

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Please compare the dials from both B7X14A/00 and your ../04 model. 00 is an european version, FM reception is limited to 100 MHz and the MW (BC) range shows various station names of (mostly european) broadcasting transmitters. Your pictured model is an export version for the north american market: FM reaches to 108 MHz, and all AM ranges has no station names. Maybe also markings like CD appears above the BC kHz markings. CD stands for civil defense, this was important in the times of cold war...

Please make a new model suggestion since your Philips B7X14A/04 isn't listed in the RMorg database.

Thanks and best regards,

Bernhard

David Schulman
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23.Jan.09 05:18

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Bernhard, thank you for the information. I will be making a new model suggestion in the next couple of days.

David

  
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