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Kolster Brandes, 405, "Transportable" 1934


The KB 405


The back


A view of the inside


The frame aerial and chassis complete


Underside of the
chassis after restoration


Above the
chassis

Medium & Long wave, 5 valve
plus rectifier, Superhet 
AC/DC Mains radio

Valves; 9D2 or 13VPA, 15D1 or 13PGA, 9D2 or 13VPA, 11D3 or 13DHA, 7D3 or 40PPA, 1D5 or 40SUA

Power supply; 195 to 250v AC or DC

Dimensions mm; W=395, H=505, D=225

See the KB 405 in the Radio Museum

KB 505 User Instructions

KB 405 Service Manual

Notes; This radio has a built in frame aerial enabling the radio to work with out an external aerial, even in remote areas. Reception of distant stations is as a result of the additional RF amplifier valve.

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