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Atwater Kent 84 Cathedral (Early Version-1931)

Atwater Kent 84 Cathedral (Early Version-1931)
SALE!  Offered is the early version of AK Model 84, a classic cathedral radio from the early depression era. It is an AC-powered six-tube superhet covering the standard broadcast band. It is a very beautiful radio, with its pointed arch, escutcheon and modest side pilasters. Like all the Atwater Kent cathedral radios, it is highly coveted by collectors today. It has been restored inside and out, performs very well, needs a wire antenna. Tube complement is: 24 (mixer), 27 (oscillator), 24 (IF), 24 (2nd detector), 47 (output) and 80 (rectifier). A complete tuneup (capacitors replaced, tubes and resistors checked and replaced as needed) was performed. The cabinet has been expertly restored and looks great, chassis is very clean, grille cloth is excellent reproduction. Pics show true color quite well, but it is a bit darker than shown due to flash. 90 day warranty applies. An aux input cable can be added for no cost: play your favorite tunes or old time radio shows from CD player, iPod, etc. With the cable installed, a Bluetooth receiver can be used and you can stream tunes from your phone, laptop, etc. An excellent addition to any collection! Weighs 28 pounds, 19"H x 15-1/2"W x 10"D.  Was $649.00, now $549.00.
Atwater Kent 84 Cathedral (Early Version-1931)
SALE!  Offered is the early version of AK Model 84, a classic cathedral radio from the early depression era. It is an AC-powered six-tube superhet covering the standard broadcast band. It is a very beautiful radio, with its pointed arch, escutcheon and modest side pilasters. Like all the Atwater Kent cathedral radios, it is highly coveted by collectors today. It has been restored inside and out, performs very well, needs a wire antenna. Tube complement is: 24 (mixer), 27 (oscillator), 24 (IF), 24 (2nd detector), 47 (output) and 80 (rectifier). A complete tuneup (capacitors replaced, tubes and resistors checked and replaced as needed) was performed. The cabinet has been expertly restored and looks great, chassis is very clean, grille cloth is excellent reproduction. Pics show true color quite well, but it is a bit darker than shown due to flash. 90 day warranty applies. An aux input cable can be added for no cost: play your favorite tunes or old time radio shows from CD player, iPod, etc. With the cable installed, a Bluetooth receiver can be used and you can stream tunes from your phone, laptop, etc. An excellent addition to any collection! Weighs 28 pounds, 19"H x 15-1/2"W x 10"D.  Was $649.00, now $549.00.

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