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Pikes Peak Radio & Electronics Museum

80918 Colorado Springs, CO, United States of America (USA) (Colorado)

Address Norbern Electronics Inc.
6735 Earl Drive 
Floor area unfortunately not known yet  
Museum typ Exhibition
Radio and Kommunication in general
  • TV and image recording
  • Wire- & tape recording
  • Media
  • Radios (Broadcast receivers)
  • Measuring Instruments, Lab Equipment

Opening times
Please call for museum viewing availability.

Status from 12/2023
Free entry.

Tel.:+1-719-550 5810  eMail:norm  


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Location / Directions
N38.929490° W104.796616°N38°55.76940' W104°47.79696'N38°55'46.1640" W104°47'47.8176"

Colorado Springs is located in east-central Colorado on Fountain Creek, 70 miles (113 km) south of Denver.

From the intersection of Woodmen Blvd and Academy Blvd go south 1 block to York Rd.
Go west on York 1 block to Earl Drive.

Some example model pages for sets you can see there:

D: Grundig Radio- TK1 (1960-63)
HK: Unknown - CUSTOM Tuna Helper - Hamburger Helper (1990??)
J: Panasonic, Tape Recorder RQ-300S (R2-300S) (1967?)
J: Panasonic, The Orbitel TR-005 (1973)
J: Akai Electric Co., GXC-760D (1977)
J: Pioneer Corporation; Auto Reverse Direct Drive Open Reel Deck RT-707 (1978/79)
J: TEAC; Tokyo C-3X (1982?)
J: TEAC; Tokyo R-919X (1987-92)
N: Tandberg Radio; Oslo Reel-to-Reel Tape Recorder 64X (1966-68?)
USA: Freed-Eisemann Radio NR-5 (1923/24)
USA: Atwater Kent Mfg. Co 8930 Model 33 table set (1927)
USA: Weston Electrical Jewell Set Analyzer Pattern 409 (1928?)
USA: General Household Grunow 902 Ch= 9-A (1933/34)
USA: International Radio Kadette 36 (1935)
USA: Montgomery Ward & Co 62-140 (1937)
USA: Philco, Philadelphia 41-602P Radio-Phonograph (1940/41)
USA: Air King Products Co 4603 (1946)
USA: RCA RCA Victor Co. Victor 54 (B2) (1947/48)
USA: Magnavox Co., CR-208A (1949??)
USA: Hallicrafters, The; World-Wide TW-2000 (1952-57)
USA: Sylvania Hygrade, C33M (1952??)
USA: Fisher Radio; New 50-A (1954)
USA: RCA RCA Victor Co. 8PT7031 Ch= KCS100B (1956?)
USA: Zenith Radio Corp.; Royal 750 Ch=8AT41 (1957)
USA: Heathkit Brand, Broadcast Tuner BC-1A (1957?)
USA: Heathkit Brand, Amplifier W4-B (1958?)
USA: Wollensak 3M; St. T-1515 (1961)
USA: Sears, Roebuck & Co. Silvertone 3204 Order=57H 3204 (1961-63)
USA: Zenith Radio Corp.; ZP2 Ch= 1L20 (1963?)
USA: Scott; H.H.; Maynard AM/FM Stereo Receiver 388 (1965)
USA: Westinghouse El. & H-707P6GPA Ch= V-2461-2 (1965?)
USA: Concord Electronics Tape Recorder 220 (1965??)
USA: Heathkit Brand, Capacitor-Tester IT-28 (1969??)
USA: B&K Precision, CRT Tester 445 (1970??)
USA: Lafayette Radio & TV 4 channels FM-AM Receiver LR-3000 (1974?)
USA: Heathkit Brand, Regulated Power Supply IP-2715 (1975??)
USA: Heathkit Brand, Power Supply IP-2718 (1976?)
USA: B&K Precision, Frequency counter 1801 (1977?)
USA: Marantz Sound United Stereophonic Receiver SR-4000 (1980??)


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