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Kolster Brandes, BR30T 1947


The dial

View from above

View of the chassis

KB BR30T Label

MW, LW & 2 SW bands, 6 valve, AC Mains Superhet Radio
With "magic eye" tuning indicator.

Valves; 6K8G 6K7G 6Q7G 6V6G Y63 5Z4G

Power supply; 110 to 250v AC mains

Dimensions mm; W=570, H=305, D=300

See the KB BR30T in the Radio Museum

BR30T Service manual

It was usual for KB to use the T suffix on the model number to denoted it was intended for Export to the Tropics, and would normally not have a LW band. But with this model it does also have a Long Wave band

SW coverage; SW1 1.9MHz to 7MHz, SW2 7MHz to 24MHz


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