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Orgola Radio Gramophone

Orgola Radio Gramophone ; Mullard Wireless, (ID = 1449085) Kit
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Orgola Radio Gramophone ; Mullard Wireless, (ID = 1449085) Kit
Mullard Wireless,: Orgola Radio Gramophone [Kit] ID = 1449085 785x1400
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For model Orgola Radio Gramophone, Mullard Wireless, London (see also Mullard Radio Valve):
Radiogram kit for Orgola with Orgola Radio fitted. Radio for the Millions.
 
Country:  Great Britain (UK)
Manufacturer / Brand:  Mullard Wireless, London (see also Mullard Radio Valve)
Year: 1929 Category: Kit (Parts plus instruction) or building instructions only
Main principle TRF with regeneration; Anode bend detection
Wave bands Broadcast (MW) and Long Wave.
Details Record Player (not changer)
Power type and voltage Storage and/or dry batteries
Loudspeaker Magnetic loudspeaker (reed) generic.
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: Orgola Radio Gramophone - Mullard Wireless, London see
Material Wooden case
Shape Console, Lowboy (legs < 50 %).
Notes

Kit to convert Orgola or Orgola Senior into a radiogram. The Orgola Senior can use a Moving coil loudspeaker.

Parts fot Complete Radiogram excluding Radio.

  • Orgola Radio Gramophone cabinet (W.T. Lock) £7.19. 6
  • Collaro Uniplate Motor B.28 (Collaro) £ 2 .1 .0
  • Super-Phonovox Pick-up (Igranic) £ 2 .2 .0
  • Megostat 500,000 Ohms (Igranic) £  - .6 . 0
  • P.M Model H Speaker (Mullard) £ 6 . 6 . 0

Orgola TRF radio kit and panel sold separately. It's not clear if the Orgola AC panel fits the cut out in the cabinet.

The Megostat 500,000 Ohms is a "real" volume control as the basic Orgola only has reaction control. The motor is of the "wind up" type (hand crank to wind a spring, but the pickup arm operates a cut out when the end of the record is reached.

Price in first year of sale 18.75 GBP
Mentioned in - - Manufacturers Literature (Radio for the Million Vol. 4 No.1 September 1929)

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



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