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This Bulova clock radio on the right
has an interesting feature: The radio dial is part of the
clock dial. Most clock radios have these as seperate dials.
On the right is a clock radio/ CD player of the 90's
Orginal tubes in this set datecoded 65-17
This above radio also came in pink.
This AM/FM "hot chassis" radio uses both tubes and transistors!
Combination digital clock and digitally tuned radio receiver. Keyboard
gets dirty quickly, making keys inoperative. Long term fix: disassemble
keypad, clean contacts, then place a plastic sheet (cut from a zip-lock bag)
between the metal keytops and the black foam holding the plastic keytops in place.
Did this 4 years ago, keyboard still works fine.
A stereo digital time and tuned clock radio
Magnavox ↓ →
Digital clock radio, analog tuned
with florescent display, 220V 60Hz power
This one below sets itself to WWVB
Clock radio at right was modified using three compactron tubes
in place of the usual AA5 tubes.
here for a description and schematic diagram of this radio.
Realtone solid state "hot chassis" AM/FM
This clock radio has a date function with
years ranging from 2000 to 2049.
A clock radio/TV
This Truetone is virtually identical to my
brother's Lafayette set.
It's not a television set!
Click here for a page of old electric clocks.