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Atwater Kent 92 (1931)
(wood tube cathedral radio)

Atwater Kent 92 (1931)


We have written several times about Atwater Kent radios. They were one of the highest quality radios produced between 1921 and 1936. Arthur Kent chose to cease production rather than produce the cheaper five-tube radios his competitors were selling. It was ironic that his strongest competitor (Philco) bought his factory and started producing refrigerators. The model 92 is an eight-tube, AM-only radio. It has its original eight-inch Utah speaker and produces plenty of volume. We replaced all of the capacitors, checked resistors and tubes, replacing where needed. We installed a safety fuse and an external cable to utilize a Bluetooth unit for iPhone, iPad, etc. A new cloth power cord and plug were installed. The three original knobs are: on-off volume, four-stage tone control and tuner. The toggle switch on the side is original and shortens the antenna for strong local stations. The radio retains its original factory finish with minimal defects. This sought-after, high-performing radio is ready for your collection! 19"H x 16"W x 10-1/2"D.
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