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Old 03-25-2009, 09:31 PM   #61
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I just picked up my very first FF33 German field phone.

I know that feat is not terribly impressive, as the FF33 is one of the easiest (certainly not the cheapest) WWII field phones to acquire. My acquisition is impressive only because it filled a conspicuous vacancy in my collection of European WWII field phones.

I just had to share.
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Old 04-01-2009, 11:34 PM   #62
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I am rapidly expanding my collection. I currently have or awaiting delivery of:

Original Equipment:

1. Torn E b.
2. Ukw e.
3. Torn Fu B1
4. Torn E b. & battery box
5. Torn D2 battery box
6. various headphones & microphones
7. Backpack cable reel & 2 hand reels
8. Morse code trainer.
9. Kfz 72 Radio truck
10. Wrp 1 receiver
11. 10 Watt Sender Faceplate
12. Fusprech f. faceplate.
13. 6M crankup antenna mast.

Reproduction:

1. (3) Feld Fu Bs
2. Torn D2
3. Torn e battery box.

I am looking for a 5 watt sender and parts for my faceplates.
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Old 04-11-2009, 12:20 PM   #63
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...And now a second FF33. That's all I need.



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I just picked up my very first FF33 German field phone.

I know that feat is not terribly impressive, as the FF33 is one of the easiest (certainly not the cheapest) WWII field phones to acquire. My acquisition is impressive only because it filled a conspicuous vacancy in my collection of European WWII field phones.

I just had to share.
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Old 04-21-2009, 07:06 PM   #64
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I just picked up my very first FF33 German field phone.

I know that feat is not terribly impressive, as the FF33 is one of the easiest (certainly not the cheapest) WWII field phones to acquire. My acquisition is impressive only because it filled a conspicuous vacancy in my collection of European WWII field phones.

I just had to share.
IF you collect field telephones, I have one Italian and one Danish, if you are looking for acquisitions

rgds Ragnar
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Old 04-21-2009, 07:18 PM   #65
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hello all
Yuri, my collection area is Uboat related technique and radio gear

kindly regards
Alex

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and my radio room still in work:
http://es.youtube.com/watch?v=6eqcDMMH_pc

NIce, but the radios are not U-boot types. Radione entertainment receiver was a general type. The communications verson was used by Abwehr.

The Lo40K39 is not a U-boot transmitter, although used by Kriegsmarine.

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Old 06-07-2009, 03:15 PM   #66
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Hi,
I have a Marconi R1155A, Eddystone 730/4 and a Czech (Tesla) R-4 receiver.
I'd really like a Telefunken E52 but they are scarce and too expensive!

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Old 08-04-2009, 07:31 AM   #67
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IF you collect field telephones, I have one Italian and one Danish, if you are looking for acquisitions
rgds Ragnar
Thanks for suggestion/offer... I actually think I have all I need. As a matter of fact, I have MORE than I need at present.

I just picked up a post-war Soviet R-109 field radio.
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Old 08-16-2009, 11:27 AM   #68
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Post-war but so beautiful i'll post it...
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Old 08-28-2009, 08:39 PM   #69
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Hello Yuri, all,

My name is Brian Harrison, and I am new to the list... I have three WWII German radios at present (two picked up on ebay)

"Brotkiste" or "Brotkasten" - Telefunken E437S4/41

"Rudi" - WR1/P

Radione R3

Two Junker keys (one KM WWII, one post-WWII)

(also some misc German WWII badges, medals etc brought back from relatives after the war)

My interest is Navy radios (so the WR1/P could be available for possible trade :-)

I'm looking for schematic of the E437S at the moment...

thanks and regards,

brian
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PS - Question - how to upload pictures? The "Insert Image" button only prompts for url, not upload.


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Old 08-29-2009, 05:02 PM   #70
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Brian, welcome at WAF!

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If you wish, don't show your email in the post -risk of spam-



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Old 08-31-2009, 02:08 AM   #71
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An electron Radio set.
They featured high telegraphy speed and searches method of tuning to the desired radio centre, which required no trimming and which made it possible to reduce by an order of magnitude the duration of contact and thus make communication less vulnerable to countermeasures.
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hello
did you get the schematic for this E437 receiver ?
i have it
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Old 03-17-2010, 01:01 PM   #73
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First, I would like to discover who collects communication equipment. Please let me know who you are, and what you've got?

Thanks,

Yuri
Hello Yuri, I would like to examine whether the correct my Torn EB about a complete all parts of it, try to eight starts with 12 volts in the last two pins, red and blue, but I managed to run, wanted an explanation about the power to advise me thanks:[IMG=http://img686.imageshack.us/img686/5064/p3150017c.jpg][/IMG]

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Old 03-17-2010, 02:16 PM   #74
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Torn. E.b should NEVER take anything over 2 volts for Filament (heater) and 90 volts for anode. Applying over 2 volts to filament will quickly kill the RV2P800 tubes. They are extremely sensitive to overvoltage on the filament.

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Yuri regards, if you is not difficult to explain that to me connecting point to put the power voltages, can be torn whether to work without a lot of the original vibrator bimi helped vdim is given in function 73
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