Broadcasting Receivers

A broadcasting receiver is a specific type of radio-receiving devices designed for installation in the centers of wire broadcasting. The scope of their implementation was very wide: from miniature school R-centers to big rural and town ones. Those multi-tube superheterodynes of improved quality ensured stable and reliable tuning to the most far-off stations. By assembling of those receivers welding was applied instead of soldering to attain a better durability. For millions of citizens living in remote regions of this country that had no AC-nets in 1930-40's using a wire loudspeaker was almost a sole means of learning the latest news and getting all other kinds of information. The first special receivers for re-broadcasting were the TM-7 and TM-8 produced in 1938. The "Volna-T" set and the "Kazakhstan" with FM band were the last of the series of Soviet tube broadcasting receivers.


43,8 K

"PTS-47". Built-in broadcasting receiver. Model 1947.


49,1 K

"TPS-54". Built-in broadcasting receiver. Model 1954.


42,6 K

"TPS-58" Broadcasting receiver. Model 1958.


31,2 K

"Kazakhstan". Broadcasting receiver. Model 1963.


48,0 K

"Volna-T" broadcasting receiver. 1970's.