I waste hours searching for circuits and alignment info for old radios. The biggest source of data is my collection of those red books. I suppose, like many, my collection is missing some volumes and of course sods law comes into play and Im missing the volume(s) containing the index.....so I went through all I'd got and noted the details. There are lots of different editions of the books and its not that easy to identify, given only odd copies, which is which. I have 34 volumes with many duplicates and lots missing. The list I compiled is split into sections and a particular make and model can be selected by clicking the appropriate page. Data has been extracted from a variety of editions and sorted by years. A rule of thumb to identify an edition is to look at the last page number. Some different editions have different total number of pages but the radio section has the same number. The year is when the particular radio was introduced and can be related to a specific volume of Radio and Television Servicing by checking the list displayed by clicking edition.
Browse through the 26 pages of the index or directly select, from the table below, the make in which you are interested ....
|BANG AND OLUFSEN||FERGUSON to 384U||PETO SCOTT||STELLA|
|BANNER||FERGUSON from 385RG||PHILCO||STEREOSOUND|
|BEETHOVEN||FERRANTI||PHILIPS to EL8737A||STRAD|
|BEOGRAM||FIDELITY||PHILIPS from F4G10A||STUZZI|
|CAPITOL||H.M.V.||PYE to P170BQ||TRANS ARENA|
|CAROUSEL||HACKER||PYE from P178A||UKW|
|COLLARO||I.T.T./K.B.||R.G.D.||VAN DER MOLEN|
|DEFIANT||KOLSTER BRANDES||RECORDING DEVICES||WALTHAM-STANDARD|