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W1156/3D

W1156/3D; Kaiser KG, W. bzw. (ID = 460791) Radio W1156/3D; Kaiser KG, W. bzw. (ID = 461101) Radio
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W1156/3D; Kaiser KG, W. bzw. (ID = 460791) Radio
Kaiser KG, W. bzw.: W1156/3D [Radio] ID = 460791 382x248
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For model W1156/3D, Kaiser KG, W. bzw. Kaiser-Werke Gebr. Kaiser; Kenzingen bzw. Villingen etc.:
Ebay # 290233866055
 
Country:  Germany
Manufacturer / Brand:  Kaiser KG, W. bzw. Kaiser-Werke Gebr. Kaiser; Kenzingen bzw. Villingen etc.
Year: 1955 ? Category: Broadcast Receiver - or past WW2 Tuner
Main principle Export model
Wave bands Broadcast, Long Wave and more than two Short Wave bands.
Details
Power type and voltage Alternating Current supply (AC) / 110; 125; 220 Volt
Loudspeaker Permanent Magnet Dynamic (PDyn) Loudspeaker (moving coil)
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: W1156/3D - Kaiser KG, W. bzw. Kaiser-
Material Wooden case
Shape Tablemodel with Push Buttons.
Dimensions (WHD) 550 x 365 x 260 mm / 21.7 x 14.4 x 10.2 inch
Notes

Das Gehäuse vom Exportmodell Kaiser W1156/3D entspricht Modell Kaiserwalzer W1145/3D, Skala und Tastatur ist ähnlich zu Kaiser Contest DX 1151.
Empfangsbereiche: 7x KW, MW, LW.
 

Kaiser W 1156/3D is an AC operated 7x SW/MW/LW band receiver.

SW bands:
60 to 150 m
40 to 50 m
31 m
25 m
19 m
16 m
11 to 13 m

Collectors' prices  

Model page created by Bernhard Nagel. See "Data change" for further contributors.



All listed radios etc. from Kaiser KG, W. bzw. Kaiser-Werke Gebr. Kaiser; Kenzingen bzw. Villingen etc.
Here you find 188 models, 129 with images and 108 with schematics for wireless sets etc. In French: TSF for Télégraphie sans fil.


 


Forum contributions about this model
Kaiser KG, W. bzw.: W1156/3D
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Noch ein export modell?
Peter Hughes
31.May.08
  1

Kaiser TYPW 1156/3D.  Ist dieses Radio in Deutschland bekannt?

Peter

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Bernhard Nagel
01.Jun.08
  2
Hallo Peter,

dieses interessante Export-Modell ist im RMorg nicht bekannt. Ebay #290233866055 ist die zugehörige Auktion.

Vom Gehäuse entspricht es genau Kaiserwalzer W1145/3D , die Skala und die Tastatur erinnert deutlich an das Modell Contest DX1151 (Anzahl Bereiche, Tasten..). Wir können also von einem speziellen Kurzwellen-Gerät ausgehen, was um 1955/56 gebaut wurde.

Es sollte unbedingt angelegt werden.

Bernhard
Peter Hughes
02.Jun.08
  3

Ich habe es gemacht.

:-)

Peter

Peter Hughes
02.Jun.08
  4

But sadly my suggestion of this model was rejected.

:-(

 

Wolfgang Bauer
02.Jun.08
  5

Hallo Peter,

Sorry, Mr. Bernhard Nagel make it first.
Your nomination was a doublet.
You will find the model here ==> Kaiser W1156/3D

Best regards WB.

Arpad Roth † 27.3.17
02.Jun.08
  6 Rejected because duplicates.
See post 5.
Ernst Erb
02.Jun.08
  7 Dear Peter
The model admins reject or should reject only with good reasons given.
Can you please tell me the reasons named when you received the automatic eMail?

Most often it is an already existing model or very insufficient data, no given reasons for the model.

If a model is similar to one existing in the database then one has to give good reasons why the new model should be accepted. The same thing if a model is very incomplete.
Sometimes one can only give maker, model-name and maybe year. But then it is well done to give the source (there are fields for that).

I don't know what was the reasons but I would like to clear that case. Please help me. Thank you.
Cordially,
Ernest
Ernst Erb
02.Jun.08
  8 Dear  Peter
I gave you a general answer before I could see post 5 and 6 (I had my post too long in the editor because of other work in between).

I know now the case by now:
I'm sorry that the message from Bernhard Nagel suggested that you (or somebody) should create the model - and Bernhard Nagel then created it himself without telling that he has done so. We can now learn on this case how important crystal clear signals are and how important the following up is in a thread, telling what is the last state of an action or so - often only a "thank you".

On the other hand one can see now why, from the beginning on, I constructed the site with having foreseen two admins to check - and we see that they do the job well. This as a positive sign.
It is always very necessary t look up if a model does really not exist - and there is still the possibility that it is already pending within the link "Administrators" - but a very seldom case.

Now I'm looking forward to your pictures and hope you are not too dissatisfied about this. Admins have told me that the reason was given.

By the way:
On an export model it would be much better to have the notes in English - even more important than in German. Since made in Germany German can ALSO be admitted.
Peter Hughes
02.Jun.08
  9

Hello Ernst

Yes, no worries.  I see now what has happened, thank you.

I did not initially understand the term used to explain the reason.

My mistake!

 

Peter

 
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