Department and University.
See my other radios too! (Here is the next one.)
|Type||Fridor 522 table top.|
|Bands||LW (1000-2000m), MW (185-585m), SW (15-52m).|
IF is 452 kHz.
|Cabinet||Wood; size 48x30x20 cm.|
|Tubes||ECH42 (osc./mixer), EAF42 (IF stage and AGC/detection),|
EBC41(AF stage), EL41 (output pentode),
AZ41 (Rectifier), 2 dial lights.
|Controls||Volume, Radio/Phone switch, Tone, Band switch, Tuning.|
|Produced||The Netherlands, 1952.|
Selling price in 1952 was 295 guilders.
Sticker on the back says ``Philips licentie'' and the chassis
ressembles that of the Philips BX321
The latter radio was produced in 1953, but the Fridor is clearly a
predecessor of that design because it uses `Rimlock' tubes while
the Philips uses some `Noval' tubes already.
Here is a picture of the chassis: