Early Electronic Television
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TV and Radio console model was introduced in 1939. It has one of the largest screens of any prewar set. The receiver is divided into three separate decks; the radio receiver, covering three wavebands and television sound, the vision deck which included the vision frequency amplifier, the line and frame time bases and the cathode ray tube and lastly the power pack which supplies the high and low voltage current for both decks. The radio controls are fitted on a sloping front at the top of the cabinet. Here is a sales brochure, technical manual, and Radio and Electrical Marketing supplement.