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Für Modell 371A, Philips Electrical, Lamps, Industrial - Miniwatt; London
Land:  Grossbritannien (UK)
Hersteller / Marke:  Philips Electrical, Lamps, Industrial - Miniwatt; London
Jahr: 1947 Kategorie: Rundfunkempfänger (Radio - oder Tuner nach WW2)
Röhren 5: ECH35 EF39 EBC33 EL33 AZ31
Hauptprinzip Superhet allgemein; ZF/IF 470 kHz
Wellenbereiche Langwelle, Mittelwelle und Kurzwelle.
Betriebsart / Volt Wechselstromspeisung / 110-260 Volt
Lautsprecher Dynamischer LS, keine Erregerspule (permanentdynamisch) / Ø 5 inch = 12.7 cm
von Modell: 371A - Philips Electrical, Lamps,
Material Bakelit (Pressstoff)
Form Tischgerät-gross, - Querformat (breiter als hoch oder quadratisch).
Abmessungen (BHT) 16.5 x 9.25 x 8.25 inch / 419 x 235 x 210 mm
Bemerkung power consumption: 42.5 watts
Datenherkunft -- Collector info (Sammler)

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Bruce Cohen

I have got one of those Philips 371A/15.

They seem to be British Made. Some of them seem to have a Philips-Symbol on the left side, and some not.

Does anyone know, how this came about?



Howard Craven


Hello Bruce,

The Philips 371As (and 371Us) should all have a badge on the left hand front, Trouble is, they tend to fall off, indeed the badge was missing from my 371A when I acquired it but luckily I managed to find a replacement. It is the same metal badge fitted to many other 1940s Philips sets built in Europe.

Regards ..........Howard



Bruce Cohen

Thank you, Howard

I thought, they might have run out of it because of the times in the forties ;)

I have to look for a replacement then, one finds copies of the badges in Holland, it will be one of those.


Thanks again!

Bruce Cohen

Come to think, Howard, what kind of glue did they use at that time? I cannot spot any residu on the bakelite, and I would expect to see that (see picture in the collection of the radiomuseum). No hole either ... Do you have a picture of your radio, before you fitted the emblem?

Nowadays there are glues that stick as hell - were those available at the time? (Maybe not, you might say, for all the emblems fell off, hihi...)


Howard Craven


Hello Bruce

Here's a pic of my Philips 371A without its badge, there was no glue residue  .....

 I don't know what glue was originally used, but it wasn't very good !

And here is the correct badge for this set, in need of a bit of touch-up paint .....

I used a spot of superglue to stick it on.

Regards ............ Howard

PS: The white paint around the inside rims of the two front knobs is incorrect and has since been removed.




Bruce Cohen

A real bauty it is!

With or without badge...

Thank you

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