CANADIAN MARCONI HOME ENTERTAINMENT -  MODEL 126 and 127  RADIOS

Type : 5 tube DC operated superheterodyne receiver.with four, preset station controls
Frequency range: 535 to 1725 KHz
Circa: After 1937
Tube lineup: 1C7G, 1D5G, 1H4G, 1E5GP, 1G5
Audio power: 700 mw
Speaker: 8 inch permanent magnet.
Input power: Battery operated. Needs one 2-volt storage or air cell; Two 45-volt "B" batteries; one "C" battery.
Dimensions: 10 in high,  21 in wide and 7.75 in deep.
Comment: Has a four button "Press To Tune" feature. The least oldest tubes (1E5 and 1G5) did not come into service until 1937.The difference between the model 127 and 127 is the speaker size. The parts list shows two different part numbers but no diameter for the 127.

Also looking for actual photos of the model 127. Contact: jerry.proc@sympatico.ca

Model 126 PHOTOS
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Model 126 front view .
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Model 126 rear view . 
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Model 126 - Dial detail 
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Model 126 nameplate
All 126 photos in this table by Eric Lehmann VE5EL

Model 127 PHOTOS

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Model 127 front view
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Model 127 - Side view showing the main tuning knob. The placement of the knob is an unusual feature of this  console radio,
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Model 127 - rear view. The 6k7 and the two other tubes do not belong in factory original  radio. This radio has been modified to operate with a battery eliminator power supply and tubes that have 6.3 volt heaters. 
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Model 127 rear view showing the home brew battery eliminator power supply at the lower left corner. 
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Model 127 . Detail of this uncommon tuning mechanism. 
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Model 127 dealers logo. This is the vendor who originally sold this radio. 
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Model 127 nameplate
All Model 127 photos in this table by Mojo North 
 
Contributors or References:

1) Canadian Marconi Service Manual Vol 1.
2) Eric Lehmann VE5EL  <e.lehmann(ar)sasktel.net>
3) Mojo North  mojonorth_2004(at)hotmail.com

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