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Cle-Ra-Tone Socket

Cle-Ra-Tone Socket ; Benjamin Electric; (ID = 763291) Radio part Cle-Ra-Tone Socket ; Benjamin Electric; (ID = 763292) Radio part
Cle-Ra-Tone Socket ; Benjamin Electric; (ID = 1176982) Radio part Cle-Ra-Tone Socket ; Benjamin Electric; (ID = 1176983) Radio part
Cle-Ra-Tone Socket ; Benjamin Electric; (ID = 1576672) Radio part Cle-Ra-Tone Socket ; Benjamin Electric; (ID = 1576675) Radio part
Cle-Ra-Tone Socket ; Benjamin Electric; (ID = 1576679) Radio part Cle-Ra-Tone Socket ; Benjamin Electric; (ID = 1576680) Radio part
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Cle-Ra-Tone Socket ; Benjamin Electric; (ID = 763291) Radio part
Benjamin Electric;: Cle-Ra-Tone Socket [Radio part] ID = 763291 500x415
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For model Cle-Ra-Tone Socket, Benjamin Electric; Chicago:
Radio News for October 1925; page 502
 
Country:  United States of America (USA)
Manufacturer / Brand:  Benjamin Electric; Chicago
Year: 1925 Category: Radio part (not a module) 
Wave bands - without
Details
Power type and voltage No Power needed
Loudspeaker - - No sound reproduction output.
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: Cle-Ra-Tone Socket - Benjamin Electric; Chicago
Material Various materials
Notes Advertising: Benjamin Cle-Ra-Tone Sockets prevent the transmission of outside vibrations into microphonic disturbances. Four delicately adjusted double springs support the socket - "float" it above the base - and absorb all jars and shocks, an absolute necessity in portable sets. Used by leading manufacturers and recommended by radio engineers in their most popular hookups. There are no rubber parts to deteriorate, Bakelite is used wherever possible to insure sturdiness, long life and high insulation. Handy lugs make soldering easy. Stiff bus wiring does not affect the flexibility of the Cle-Ra-Tone springs. Furnished also in gangs on Bakelite sub panels for compact set building, as when mounted on Benjamin brackets there is plenty of space underneath for mounting accessory equipment.
Literature/Schematics (1) Radio News ((October 1925, p. 502))

Model page created by Karlheinz Gützlaff. See "Data change" for further contributors.



All listed radios etc. from Benjamin Electric; Chicago
Here you find 6 models, 6 with images and 0 with schematics for wireless sets etc. In French: TSF for Télégraphie sans fil.




  
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