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 Return to top of page · Post #: 1 · Written at 22:48 on 24 December 2004.
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I have rejigged the home page slightly and I am currently preparing a new section on how radio cabinets have evolved through the life cycle of different models. It's not easy to see but we often whinge about how much things change in appliances we buy today and about the number of variations that are made, in the name of 'product improvement'. The fact is, this went on in the halcyon days of Australian Radio Manufacture too and as you'll see in the article, to quite a large extent, especially in models that were made for a long time.


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Brad.

A valve a day keeps the transistor away...


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