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Crosley Model 1316 (in Model 167 Console)
Radio Service Data Sheet
December 1936 Radio-Craft

December 1936 Radio-Craft

December 1936 Radio Craft Cover - RF Cafe[Table of Contents]

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This receiver designed for high-fidelity phono­graph, as well as radio reproduction has a "Phantom Control" (second from the left - see front view of chassis for positions of controls) which permits turning in either the (position B). Automatic Frequency Control alone, which holds the receiver tuned to the strongest signal within 20 kc., or both the A.F.C. and the Phantom Conductor Tube. V11 (position C). The feature of the Phantom Conductor tube is that it contains 2 resistors with such a thermal characteristic that, when connected across the speaker voice coil, it increases the volume of loud tones. This is particularly designed to compensate for the limitations of broadcasting equipment, which cannot give full volume to the loudest passages, and should have the same effect with phonograph music. When this control is at position A, neither A.F.C. (the "Mystic Hand") nor Phantom Conductor is operative. This permits operation with normal power output and fidelity. The fidelity control is incorporated with the power switch. The volume control operates on both A.F. grids (V5, V6). The band-selector switch operates also a tone filter.

Crosley Model 1316 (in Model 167 Console)

Crosley Model 1316 (in Model 167 Console) Radio Service Data Sheet, December 1936, Radio-Craft - RF Cafe



Posted May 25, 2016

Radio Service Data Sheets

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