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Old 15th Mar 2024, 11:35 pm   #1
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Default Early products from the Spencer-West company.

Advert in the October 1952 Practical Television magazine.
One is a converter to enable Sutton Coldfield TV sets to receive the transmissions from the newly opened Wenvoe transmitter. The AC14 unit has five valves so it is not a simple device.
The other item is the AC13 pre-amplifier.
The company also made other items to improve TV reception.
Spencer-West were very competent on coil design. Also did some pioneering on printed circuit design, it was said they worked with Pye to develop their PCBs.

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Old 18th Mar 2024, 12:35 pm   #2
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Default Re: Early products from the Spencer-West company.

He was also active pre-war in generating home build designs.
https://www.worldradiohistory.com/UK...UK.pdf#page=11

and https://www.americanradiohistory.com...-UK.pdf#page=6

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Default Re: Early products from the Spencer-West company.

I have a Spencer-West band III converter somewhere.
Must dig it out. I'll be free to a good home.
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