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V-T Socket (VT) Vacuum-Tube Receptacle

V-T Socket Vacuum-Tube Receptacle; Crosley Radio Corp.; (ID = 1199800) Radio part V-T Socket Vacuum-Tube Receptacle; Crosley Radio Corp.; (ID = 1153530) Radio part
V-T Socket Vacuum-Tube Receptacle; Crosley Radio Corp.; (ID = 1184248) Radio part V-T Socket Vacuum-Tube Receptacle; Crosley Radio Corp.; (ID = 1184250) Radio part
V-T Socket Vacuum-Tube Receptacle; Crosley Radio Corp.; (ID = 1199801) Radio part V-T Socket Vacuum-Tube Receptacle; Crosley Radio Corp.; (ID = 1199802) Radio part
V-T Socket Vacuum-Tube Receptacle; Crosley Radio Corp.; (ID = 1199803) Radio part V-T Socket Vacuum-Tube Receptacle; Crosley Radio Corp.; (ID = 1199804) Radio part
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V-T Socket Vacuum-Tube Receptacle; Crosley Radio Corp.; (ID = 1199800) Radio part
Crosley Radio Corp.;: V-T Socket Vacuum-Tube Receptacle [Radio part] ID = 1199800 933x699
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For model V-T Socket (VT) Vacuum-Tube Receptacle, Crosley Radio Corp.; Cincinnati (OH):
Early Crosley V-T Porcelain Sockets
 
Country:  United States of America (USA)
Manufacturer / Brand:  Crosley Radio Corp.; Cincinnati (OH)
Year: 1921/1922 perfect model 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: V-T Socket Vacuum-Tube Receptacle - Crosley Radio Corp.;
Material Various materials
Notes December 7, 1921, Powel Crosley filed a patent for his porcelain tube socket. Al least in February 1922 it was offered in ads like in "Radio News" for 60 cents, together with the "New Crosley Variable Condenser", Crosley Cabinets, The "Two Step Amplifier", Vario-Couplers, Harco Radio Receiver, Harko Senior Radio Receiver and Detetor units. Then it was under Crosley Mfg. Co., Radio Dept. R-7, Cininnati, Ohio. Click here for a summary of early Crosley and history.
See also about the patent from December 7, 1921 for the V-T socket which therefore must have been simpler in 1921. This can be an important difference when looking at a really very old crosley model Harko Senior.
Literature/Schematics (4) Radio News (February 1922)

Model page created by Ernst Erb. See "Data change" for further contributors.



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