• Year
  • 1965–1968
  • Category
  • Broadcast Receiver - or past WW2 Tuner
  • Radiomuseum.org ID
  • 148481

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 Technical Specifications

  • Number of Tubes
  • 9
  • Main principle
  • Superheterodyne (common); ZF/IF 460/10700 kHz
  • Tuned circuits
  • 6 AM circuit(s)     10 FM circuit(s)
  • Wave bands
  • Broadcast, Long Wave, more than 2 x SW plus FM or UHF.
  • Power type and voltage
  • Alternating Current supply (AC) / 110; 127; 220; 240 Volt
  • Loudspeaker
  • - This model requires external speaker(s).
  • Power out
  • 7 W (unknown quality)
  • Material
  • Metal case
  • from Radiomuseum.org
  • Model: Radiochassis 2005 Stereo B and D - REMA, Fabrik für Rundfunk,
  • Shape
  • Chassis only or for «building in»
  • Dimensions (WHD)
  • 500 x 190 x 280 mm / 19.7 x 7.5 x 11 inch
  • Notes
  • Einbauchassis für den Export zum Einbau in Musikmöbel verschiedener Hersteller.

    Anschlussbuchsen für TA, TB, Lautsprecher links und rechts, getrennte Einstellung für AM/FM und Höhen/Tiefen.

    Ausführung B: 2x KW, MW, LW, UKW bis 104 MHz, Ferritantenne;

    Ausführung D: 3x KW, MW, UKW bis 108 MHz, Ferritantenne.

  • Literature/Schematics (1)
  • -- Original-techn. papers. (Serviceunterlagen)
  • Author
  • Model page created by Keith Dobson. See "Data change" for further contributors.

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Forum contributions about this model: REMA, Fabrik für: Radiochassis 2005 Stereo B and D

Threads: 1 | Posts: 12

I am replacing the mains power cable on this set. As is normal, the original cable does not include a ground/earth wire. I would like to connect the ground/earth wire that is in the replacement cable, to the set. This is mainly for audio reasons, and also safety reasons. I am in the UK where earth is standard on mains power sockets.


I have some years experience with audio and electrical wiring, but am not familiar with vintage equipment from the DDR, and thought this may be a good thing to check with the wise folks of the RadioMuseum.


My questions are:


1 Is this likely to be a good/safe idea?


2 If so, What is the best place to connect it to? Do I simply make a really strong connection to a solid part of the radio's metal chassis?


3 I would also like to do the common hi-fi practise of connecting the earthing cable (NOT the audio cable screen) from another peice of audio, a turntable, to the same connection point on the radio. Is this likely to be a good/safe idea?


4 Are there any capacitors, or anything else, that should be discharged, or otherwise made safe, before handling/soldering the power connections?


5 Is it best to wait some time after disconnecting the power plug, before working on it?


It's great to make my first post on RadioMuseum - I'm very glad to see there's no such thing as a stupid question!

Keith Dobson, 24.Feb.09

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