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For model 332, AGA and Aga-Baltic Radio AB; Sweden
 
Country:  Sweden
Manufacturer / Brand:  AGA and Aga-Baltic Radio AB; Sweden
alternative name
 
AGA-Baltic Radio AB; Stockholm
Year: 1942–1944 Category: Broadcast Receiver - or past WW2 Tuner
Valves / Tubes 4: UCH11 UBF11 UCL11 UY11
Main principle Super-Heterodyne (Super in general)
Tuned circuits 5 AM circuit(s)
Wave bands Broadcast, Long Wave and Short Wave.
Details
Power type and voltage AC/DC-set
Loudspeaker Permanent or electro-dynamic (moving coil), system not known yet. / Ø 16 cm = 6.3 inch
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: 332 - AGA and Aga-Baltic Radio AB;
Material Wooden case
Dimensions (WHD) 430 x 183 x 254 mm / 16.9 x 7.2 x 10 inch
Net weight (2.2 lb = 1 kg) 5.5 kg / 12 lb 1.8 oz (12.115 lb)
Price in first year of sale 360.00 SFR
Collectors' prices  
External source of data E. Erb 3-907007-36-0
Circuit diagram reference Die «Thali Schemasammlung» führt das Modell.
Picture reference Das Modell ist im «Radiokatalog» (Erb) abgebildet.


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Forum contributions about this model
AGA and Aga-Baltic: 332
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agabaltic: agabaltic: AGA BALTIC 332
Júlio Branco
25.Jan.06
  1

Dear Radio friends

Here I'm presenting to you a small example of one's love for old radio sets.

 Once upon in my village I was practicing physical exercises, when I suddenly noticed that a "dying set" "asking for assistance" had been thrown down on the ground close to a dustbin.

Then I looked at it and I thought…I thought more and I decided to carry it to my home.

 After a hard work, searching for the right wood pattern to replace the missing cabinet's top (the hardest task), I shaped the wood, and I settled it and I laid it on set.

 After the top placement, I prepared it for the final finishing.

I striped all the old varnish with a sand paper. I applied a light coat of wood stain. I let dry for a long time and then I applied several coats of a peculiar varnish. Here it is the result.

About the electronics:

 It was found only one tube (UBF11). I had to buy the missing tubes in a German site in Internet.

Also the output transformer was damaged (burned).  Winding was replaced, and there it is working.

 The loudspeaker was damaged too. Coil was glued to magnetic core, (rusty problem).

A new cone was replaced by a new one.

 

So it is now , this Agabaltic 332 :

 

Best regard's

Júlio Branco, from Lisbon

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Ernst Erb
26.Jan.06
  2 Dear Júlio
You have done a wonderful job here. I congratulate you!
I find it very well done that you wrote an article about this - and one in Portuguese where you received answers of two other Portuguese collectors within 24 hours. That is a good sign also for the RMorg ... ;-)

I would suggest that you describe HOW you have done this - step by step like in a cook book. Take your time for that. Not in English but in Portuguese what is probably easy for you. This could attract more Spanish speaking and Portuguese speaking collectors - and I would like to feature that article then as a general link. Please tell me when you have finished it - well, if you do so.

I'm glad that I can tell here that you also show a nice collection here and have uploaded schematics, added data to models and brought 14 new models. You also brought a new maker and a tube version. All this shows that you care very much for antique radios and for RMorg. Thank you.

PS:
I have to add here, that I wondered if you come first if I type your name, Julio Branco, to Google. Yes: Nr. ONE of a million answers - and that president comes at place 3 ... ;-)
You could write some more text about you, if you like and even link the article in Portuguese to your profile when the part "How to do" is finished. Just click your name when you are in the HP (homepage of RMorg, search page for models) and then click the bottom link "Edit profile". From your collection page you can also upload some family photos or shelfs with radios etc. by clicking there "Upload".
You also have photographed your models in a good way but I would take them in an angle of 15 degrees (each) from top left or top right.
 
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agabaltic: AGA BALTIC 332
Júlio Branco
25.Jan.06
  1

Caros amigos do radio,

 

Estou aqui apresentando um pequeno exemplo do amor que se tem ao radio.

Num dos exercícios físicos que faço pela minha Aldeia, e ao passar por um contentor de lixo, reparei que ao lado dele se encontrava um radio no chão "moribundo" e a pedir socorro.
Então olhei para ele pensei...pensei.... e decidi transporta-lo para casa.

Depois de um árduo trabalho, em encontrar a madeira para o tampo da cabina, (o mais difícil) com a mesma configuração de desenho, trabalhei-a, acertei-a e assentei-a.

Depois de o tampo estar fixado, segui-se a preparação da cabina para o acabamento final. Passei a lixa para retirar todo o verniz velho. Dei uma aguada em toda a caixa, deixei secar bem, de seguida dei várias demãos de verniz especial, e está aqui o resultado.


Quanto à parte electrónica, só tinha um tubo, (UBF11), todas as outras tive de as comprar através da Internet, num site alemão. Também tinha o transformador de saída, queimado, mandei-o bobinar e lá está a trabalhar. O altifalante tinha a bobine colada ao núcleo magnético devido à ferrugem, teve de levar um cone novo.

E assim ficou o AGA BALTIC 332:

Com as minhas saudações
Júlio Branco

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Jose Duarte Costa
25.Jan.06
  2 Parabens pelo excelente trabalho de recuperação deste radio.
Gostei tambem a forma como foi explicado os varios métodos utizados na recuperação
Mario Coelho
26.Jan.06
  3 Julio,

Também lhe envio os meus Parabéns por esta recuperação.

Hoje é difícil encontrar madeiras que sejam iguais às de há 40 ou mais anos atrás.
Também as veladuras para dar o tom e o verniz de acabamento que custam a afinar. E a "mão" para lhes dar a genuinidade.

Também é de referir a electronica que nestes casos excede a análise e a reparação dos circuitos, passando a ser um árduo trabalho de reconstrução dos componentes.

Bem. Foi um excelente trabalho. Felicidades para os seus próximos empreendimentos.

Mário Coelho
Luis Miguel Pascual-Ibarra
01.May.06
  4  Julio;

Magnífico trabajo!!
Las fotos hablan por sí solas. Mis felicitaciones, has recuperado muy bien un aparato que ya estaba en el cementerio. Gracias por tán buena labor.
Júlio Branco
11.May.06
  5 Luís,

Gracias por la tua apreciacion, na verdad foi uno trabajo mui melindroso.

Júlio
 
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