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RDG 3000

Country:  Italy
Manufacturer / Brand:  Europhon; Milano
Year: 1971–1978 Category: Broadcast Receiver - or past WW2 Tuner
Semiconductors (the count is only for transistors) Semiconductors present.
Main principle Superheterodyne (common)
Wave bands Broadcast, Long Wave, Short Wave plus FM or UHF.
Details Record Player (not changer)
Power type and voltage Alternating Current supply (AC) / 230 Volt
Loudspeaker - This model requires external speaker(s).
Power out 20 W (undistorted)
from Radiomuseum.org Model: RDG 3000 - Europhon; Milano
Material Wooden case
Shape Tablemodel with Push Buttons.
Notes

UKW-Band CCIR-Norm.
Plattenspieler mit Kristall- Abtastsystem Type: Nivizo DT-51 und automatische Endabschaltung.
Geschwindigkeiten: 33 und 45 UpM.
Stereoanzeige, Stereo- Mono- Umschaltung automatisch oder Benutzung der MONO- Taste, Afc,  DIN- Überspielbuchse für Tonbandgerät. Kopfhöreranschluß.
Ausgangsleistung 2 x 10 Watt sinus. Lautsprecherboxen sind im Lieferumfang enthalten.

Source of data -- Original-techn. papers.

Model page created by Wolfgang Lill. See "Data change" for further contributors.



All listed radios etc. from Europhon; Milano
Here you find 146 models, 112 with images and 47 with schematics for wireless sets etc. In French: TSF for Télégraphie sans fil.


 


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Europhon; Milano: RDG 3000
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europhon: RDG 3000;
Dirk Bladt
10.Apr.15
  1

Hello fellow members,

I have here an identical model RDG3000 but from Neufunk instead of Europhon.

In our collection, we have 5 different Neufunk models: 3 x PU, 1  Radio-Pu and 1 clock-radio.

Oddly, the brand "Neufunk" is not represented on RMorg.

Could this be a local Belgian brand from the Europhon group? Does someone have more info on this?

Thanks for your attention,

Dirk Bladt for Olens Radiomuseum vzw

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Georg Richter
10.Apr.15
  2

... is here.

 
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europhon: RDG 3000;
Museum: Radiomuseum Olen
10.Apr.15
  1

Hello fellow members,

I have here an identical model RDG3000 but from Neufunk instead of Europhon.

In our collection, we have 5 different Neufunk models: 3 x PU, 1  Radio-Pu and 1 clock-radio.

Oddly, the brand "Neufunk" is not represented on RMorg.

Could this be a local Belgian brand from the Europhon group? Does someone have more info on this?

Thanks for your attention,

Dirk Bladt for Olens Radiomuseum vzw

 

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Georg Richter
10.Apr.15
  2

Dirk,

the brand "Neufunk" was not found in official german brand register.

"Neufunk" is listed in most of all universal remote controls, you find vacuum cleaner bags for "Neufunk", and a list of about 45 "Neufunk" models (details unfortunately not for free). If the list might contain also vacuum cleaners, it makes no sense to catch them all into a radio museum.

For sure is export model "Neufunk Sensor 18" made in GDR by Stern Radio Berlin.

Also for sure is a tube radio named "Neufunk" (or "Neufunk-Radio"), engineered and made in 1948 by a radio/TV service shop in Ettlingen (Germany), founded by Mr. Neubig.

I will install both "Neufunk (brand)", and also the manufacturer of the 1948 "Neufunk-Radio".

When adding models for the NEUFUNK brand, the remarks shall content a link to the original model (if known).

According to database logic, the "Neufunk  Sensor 18" should then be moved to "Neufunk (brand)"

Hope that helps a bit.

Best Regards,

Georg
 

Georg Richter
14.Apr.15
  3

The brand NEUFUNK is ready to go ahead.

Dirk Bladt
14.Apr.15
  4

Hello Georg,

A very big thank you for your assistance.

Best regards,

Dirk

 

 
Europhon; Milano: RDG 3000
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