Please click your language flag. Bitte Sprachflagge klicken.

9N-4 {9Н-4}

9N-4 {9Н-4}; Voronezh (ID = 180339) Radio
9N-4 {9Н-4}; Voronezh (ID = 180337) Radio 9N-4 {9Н-4}; Voronezh (ID = 712446) Radio
9N-4 {9Н-4}; Voronezh (ID = 180336) Radio 9N-4 {9Н-4}; Voronezh (ID = 180338) Radio
9N-4 {9Н-4}; Voronezh (ID = 712445) Radio 9N-4 {9Н-4}; Voronezh (ID = 712447) Radio
9N-4 {9Н-4}; Voronezh (ID = 712448) Radio 9N-4 {9Н-4}; Voronezh (ID = 712449) Radio
9N-4 {9Н-4}; Voronezh (ID = 712450) Radio 9N-4 {9Н-4}; Voronezh (ID = 712451) Radio
Use red slider bar for more.
9N-4 {9Н-4}; Voronezh (ID = 180337) Radio
Voronezh: 9N-4 {9Н-4} [Radio] ID = 180337 545x700
Select picture or schematic to display from thumbnails on the right and click for download.
For model 9N-4 {9Н-4}, Voronezh Elektrosignal Radio Works:
Thanks for Valery Charcenko, Russia
Country:  Soviet Union
Manufacturer / Brand:  Voronezh Elektrosignal Radio Works
Year: 1939–1941 Category: Broadcast Receiver - or past WW2 Tuner
Valves / Tubes 9: 6К7 6К7 6Л7 6Ж7 6Е5 6Х6 6Ф5 6Ф6 5Ц4С
Main principle Superheterodyne (common)
Tuned circuits 4 AM circuit(s)
Wave bands Broadcast, Long Wave and 2 x Short Wave.
Power type and voltage Alternating Current supply (AC) / 110; 127; 220 Volt
Loudspeaker Electro Magnetic Dynamic LS (moving-coil with field excitation coil)
Power out 2 W (unknown quality)
from Model: 9N-4 {9Н-4} - Voronezh Elektrosignal Radio
Material Wooden case
Shape Tablemodel, high profile (upright - NOT Cathedral nor decorative).
Dimensions (WHD) 430 x 580 x 260 mm / 16.9 x 22.8 x 10.2 inch
Notes The design of 9N-4 and 6N-1 broadcast receivers was a team effort of RCA engineers of Camden, NJ, and Soviet visitors to the USA in 1936-37. The prototype for 9N-4 was RCA 9T desktop model of 1936. Production of 9N-4 started in 1939 at "Elektrosignal" Radio Works in Voronezh, USSR, as screw driving assembly of components supplied by RCA. The total number of 9N-4 receivers produced before June, 1941, was around 2000 pieces only. Russian spelling of 9N-4 is "9H-4".
Net weight (2.2 lb = 1 kg) 26 kg / 57 lb 4.3 oz (57.269 lb)
Literature/Schematics (1) E.A. Levitin. Radio Receiver's Handbook. Moscow, 1946 (in Russian)

Model page created by Zenonas Langaitis. See "Data change" for further contributors.

All listed radios etc. from Voronezh Elektrosignal Radio Works
Here you find 30 models, 28 with images and 22 with schematics for wireless sets etc. In French: TSF for Télégraphie sans fil.