Another 196

Home Up Record Junior 196 Record 176 60 Senior Rekord Another 196



This is another Emud Rekord Junior 196.  These are smaller popular AM/FM radios with an electrostatic speaker.  It is a great little radio for a table top or office desk.  

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As Received

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Gutted can capacitor.

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Two of these skinny Nichicon capacitors fit under the can.

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Unfortunately Mouser has declared this model cap as "End of Life". 

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Their thin profile make these 47uf 450volt caps great for restorations. 

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This is my bench audio output transformer to verify the open primary of the Emud transformer. 

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The outer bell housing and bracket has been removed from the new audio output transformer. 

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Installation in the origonal chassis accomodation for the transformer.  

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Lead dress. 

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The Electrostatic tweeter with the classic case of crumbling foam rubber. 

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This foam rubber pushed the Mylar diaphragm against the metal grill.  

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A light touch turns it into powered.  

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Installed a new freshly fabricated piece of foam rubber. 

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Sounds great!

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