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 Location: Maleny, QLD
 Member since 28 February 2018
 Member #: 2218
 Postcount: 88

Hi, my name is Murray. I have recently had my fathers old Kriesler multisonic radiogram overhauled, it’s sounds great. I also have a Tecnico fortress on the to do list.. now I’ve found a circa 1922 Ericsson four valve which is missing it’s cabinet. I’ll be scrounging round for any info regarding that old machine. Happy days😊


 
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 GTC
 Location: Sydney, NSW
 Member since 28 January 2011
 Member #: 823
 Postcount: 5263

Welcome to V-R.

Multisonics, with their large speakers and big cabinets, usually do sound very good indeed. And their cabinet designs were quite attractive, too.


 
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 Location: Western Victoria, VIC
 Member since 14 November 2009
 Member #: 579
 Postcount: 106

Hi Murray. Any chance of a picture of the 4 valve Ericsson. My email is not hidden.

Robert


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