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Ionofane 601

Ionofane 601; Fane Acoustics Ltd., (ID = 1156879) Speaker-P
Ionofane 601; Fane Acoustics Ltd., (ID = 1146804) Speaker-P Ionofane 601; Fane Acoustics Ltd., (ID = 1146805) Speaker-P
Ionofane 601; Fane Acoustics Ltd., (ID = 1146812) Speaker-P Ionofane 601; Fane Acoustics Ltd., (ID = 1152730) Speaker-P
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Ionofane 601; Fane Acoustics Ltd., (ID = 1146804) Speaker-P
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For model Ionofane 601, Fane Acoustics Ltd., Batley, Yorkshire
 
Country:  Great Britain (UK)
Manufacturer / Brand:  Fane Acoustics Ltd., Batley, Yorkshire
Year: 1965 ?? Category: Loudspeaker, headphone or earphone
Valves / Tubes 1: 6DQ6B
Wave bands - without
Details
Power type and voltage Powered by external power supply or a main unit. / 220 Volt
Loudspeaker Horn
Power out 5 W (unknown quality)
from Radiomuseum.org Model: Ionofane 601 - Fane Acoustics Ltd., Batley,
Material Metal case
Notes Plasma tweeter (Ionophon). Guest Kate Glover told us: My father, Stephen Webb, used to work at Fane Acoustics as a teenager before joining the BBC and he in fact hand-built some of the first Ionofane speakers at the age of 18.

Model page created by Leif Aden. See "Data change" for further contributors.



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faneacoust: 601; Ionofane
Leif Aden
29.Jan.12
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Hi,

The Visaton transformer has arrived, I hope it will work I'm not shure about the quality as it is a line transformer used in PA installations.

The transformer seems to be made as a mains transformer not EI with air gap configuration like an audio transformer, I have run a simple test, from ~3kHz to 20kHz and it has a resonable frequency response.

The guys at Sowter can make a much better transformer, but it will be very expensive.

I also have done some cleaning and resoldering, a kind of remake using PTFE sleeves.

As one can see the chokes connected to tube sockets and the feedthrough capacitors is not a good idea, I will mount the feedtrough caps so I can take the assy' out as a package.

Regards

Leif

 
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faneacoust: 601; Ionofane
Leif Aden
23.Jan.12
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The pictures are from my workshop and shows the Ionofane parts in a box, the other pictures shows original power supply and my project to restore the power supply with used and new parts.

The original transformer is an autotransformer, I have replaced it with a Tandberg 220V primary transformer with secondary windings for AC 300V and AC 6.3V just to make it more reliable.

So now I'm waiting for a modulation transformer, this small transformer should fit in the box together with the parts as shows in the picture.

My intentions is to make this product as near original as possible without spending too much money.

 
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