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Master Five

Master Five ; Mullard Wireless, (ID = 1396252) Kit
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Master Five ; Mullard Wireless, (ID = 1396236) Kit
Mullard Wireless,: Master Five [Kit] ID = 1396236 933x795
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For model Master Five, Mullard Wireless, London (see also Mullard Radio Valve):
'Radio for the Million' Vol2 No.4 Sept. 1928
Country:  Great Britain (UK)
Manufacturer / Brand:  Mullard Wireless, London (see also Mullard Radio Valve)
Year: 1928 Category: Kit (Parts plus instruction) or building instructions only
Valves / Tubes 5: PM2HL PM2HL PM2DX PM4DX PM6D
Main principle TRF with regeneration; 2 AF stage(s); Anode bend detection
Tuned circuits 1 AM circuit(s)
Wave bands Broadcast (MW) and Long Wave.
Power type and voltage Storage and/or dry batteries / 120 & 2 Volt
Loudspeaker Magnetic loudspeaker (reed) generic.
Power out
from Model: Master Five - Mullard Wireless, London see
Material Wooden case
Shape Tablemodel, high profile (upright - NOT Cathedral nor decorative).

(Note the Set uses all "PM" valves, but the types listed are mentioned in text not on schematic, contemporary examples would have been built with a range of similar 2V triodes as the parts sold separately)

Kit with Cabinet option. Advertised Glasgow Herald Dec. 1928 as Blue print supplied with "Radio for the Million" Vol2 No.4 Sept. 1928

In this period and "Radio for the Million" MW is referred to as "Short Waves" and SW as "Ultra Short Waves".

This set uses a Frame Aerial with optional external Aerial and Earth.

Speaker is a high impedance reed / moving iron paper cone type direct to final Anode and HT.

A Tapped HT battery with GB or a separate GB is used with a 2V lead Acid cell for LT (about 500mA to 700mA depending on exact valves the kit builder purchases.)

Two Mullard "Permacore" audio transformers used.

Literature/Schematics (1) "Radio for the Million" Vol.2 No.4 Sept. 1928

Model page created by Michael Watterson. See "Data change" for further contributors.

All listed radios etc. from Mullard Wireless, London (see also Mullard Radio Valve)
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