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Freiburg W II (W2, WII)

Freiburg W II ; SABA; Villingen (ID = 419240) Radio
 
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For model Freiburg W II (W2, WII), SABA; Villingen
 
Country:  Germany
Manufacturer / Brand:  SABA; Villingen
Brand
 
Schwer & Söhne, GmbH
Year: 1952/1953 Category: Broadcast Receiver - or past WW2 Tuner
Valves / Tubes 10: EF80 EC92 ECH81 EF41 EM71 EAF42 EABC80 EF40 EL41 EL41
Main principle Super-Heterodyne (Super in general); ZF/IF 472/10700 kHz
Tuned circuits 12 AM circuit(s)     11 FM circuit(s)
Wave bands Broadcast, Long Wave, Short Wave plus FM or UHF.
Details
Power type and voltage Alternating Current supply (AC) / 110; 125; 150; 220; 240 Volt
Loudspeaker 3 Loudspeakers
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: Freiburg W II - SABA; Villingen
Material Wooden case
Shape Tablemodel with Push Buttons.
Dimensions (WHD) 660 x 430 x 310 mm / 26 x 16.9 x 12.2 inch
Notes Im Katalog des Rundfunkgr.H. 1952/53 und 1953/54 nicht geführt aber bei «Kundendienstschrift+Reparaturanleitung 1952/53» von SABA. UKW = 87 - 100 MHz. Spitzengerät von SABA - allerdings keine Vorstufe, sondern Bandfilter im Eingang. Trennschärfe > 1: 20'000. MHG-Schaltung, variable Bandbreite.
3 Lautsprechersysteme: 2 x 26 cm Ø mit unterschiedlichen Resonanzfrequenzen, davon einmal mit koaxialem Hochton-Lautsprecher 11 cm.
Net weight (2.2 lb = 1 kg) 16.4 kg / 36 lb 2 oz (36.123 lb)
Price in first year of sale 598.00 DM
Collectors' prices  
Mentioned in Funkschau (1952, 23/475 ff.)
Literature/Schematics (1) -- Original-techn. papers.


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SABA; Villingen: Freiburg W II
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saba: W II (W2, WII); Freiburg
Luis Abares
13.May.13
  1

 

Hallo, zunächst einmal entschuldige ich mich, ist das Deutsche nicht meine Sprache, und ich bin diese Frage durch Google traslate, dann werde ich es in Englisch, wenn ich spreche.
Die Frage ist: Ich habe einen Saba Freiburg W ll, Schlüssel Klangregelung, die mit dem Lautstärkeregler wird entwaffnet, wenn Sie das Radio und kaufen war so frage ich mich, wenn ein Mitglied konnte mir ein paar Bilder mit dem Ort verknüpft ist Kontakte und die richtigen pocicion Keydisketten. oder sonst jemand, der einige zu verkaufen besaß.
Vielen Dank
 
Luis
 
Hello, this is my first, mere entry to the forum and to request information, I hope the next time is to be able to help someone.
The question is this: I have a Saba Freiburg W ll, key tone control that is linked with the volume control is disarmed, when you buy the radio and was so, I wonder if any member could give me some pictures with the location contacts and the correct pocicion key disks. or else someone who possessed some to sell.
thank you very much
 
Luis
 
 
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saba: W II (W2, WII); Freiburg Tube layout
John Drewitz
03.May.12
  1

Greetings from Minnetonka, Minnesota USA.  I would appreciate a tube layout for this model.  My radio found me with no back panel and I would like to confirm that I have the tubes properly placed.

 

Thank you!

Michael Watterson
03.May.12
  2

I don't have a tube layout. But I was working on a set where I didn't even know what tubes there should be!

Consult the schematic. I haven't so I may make a mistake:

EF80 EC92 ECH81  These 3 are  for VHF and AM Mixer/Osc. The EC92 is the only 7 pin. The ECH81 will be beside the AM tuning vanes.

EF41 This is likely IF amp so between the pair of IFT cans.

EM71 Magic eye on panel

EAF42 EABC80 Detectors for AM & FM. Just after last IFT can. Different bases so can't mix up

EF40 phase splitter to drive one or both  EL41 EL41

EL41 EL41 Presumably push pull Audio Out. Anodes connect direct to the Audio O/P transformer.

 

John Drewitz
03.May.12
  3

Thank you for your quick and constructive response.  My tubes are in their proper places. 

 
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saba: W II (W2, WII); Freiburg: Woofer repair?
Mark Donen
18.Dec.09
  1

Hello,

One of my woofers (the one with the tweeter co-axially mounted) has stopped working. It sounded as if it were rubbing, but now is not working at all. It may be shorting in the gap.

I had not played the radio for a long time, and this just started happening spontaneously. The speakers were not abused by playing very loud.

Is there a way of removing the magnet and re-centering it? Or, if necessary, of repairing the voice coil?

Thank you very much.

Regards,

Mark

Henning Oelkers
10.Jan.10
  2

Hi, Mark,

there may be several Reasons for the Speaker not working normally. Hopefully the Radio has been stored in a dry Envoirment.

These Saba Speakers can be recentered. The Magnet will not be removed or moved during this Procedure. Instead, if You see the Speaker from back, there are 2 Slit Screws on the Speaker Chassis next to the Magnet, one on either side. They hold the Centering Mechanism in place. You need to loosen these screws a little bit, and then trying to move the Centering Mechanism to have the Coil in the middle of the Magnets Slit. if this can be adjusted You can tighten the screw. That schould do it.

Hope this helps,

 

Best Regards,

Henning

Mark Donen
10.Jan.10
  3

 Hi Henning,

 

Thanks a lot for this very useful information. I'lll let you know how I get along. And if I have any more questions.

 

Regards,

 

 

Mark

 
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