CANADIAN MARCONI - HOME ENTERTAINMENT 

RADIOS

Featured here are various vacuum tube home entertainment radios starting from the 1920's. Your webmaster  *does not * have any manuals or schematics for any of the devices featured in this section. Manuals and schematics for many Canadian Marconi radios are available free from the Pacific TV web site. Schematics not found at either of the above sites can be purchased from Antique Radio Schematics for a nominal charge,  Just Radios is another site providing Canadian Marconi schematics for a small fee. .

In addition, more schematics and technical information about Canadian Marconi radios can be found at this summary listing at the Radiomuseum.org web site.  If anyone can add photos to this document, please contact: Jerry.Proc@sympatico.ca

A photo montage of Marconi entertainment receivers can be found at the Radio Attic Archives web site.

home_entertainment/catalog_1927_1928_s.jpg This is the cover page only of the 1927-1928 Marconi radio catalogue. Click on image to enlarge. (E-bay image) 

 

RADIOS - LISTED BY MODEL NUMBER


             
        26  28 (Echophome  40)  29
31 31SW  32 32B  33  34 35 36 37 38   No model 39
Echophone 40  Marconi 40   41  41AW No model 42   43 45  44  
 46  47  48  49 51  Echophone 50 60   53 54  55
57 58 59 60  61 60A  61A 62  62AC  63 64 65 66 67 68 69
 70 71  72 73  74 75  76  77  78  79 80
81 82 83  84 85 86 87  88 88A 89 89A 93 94
 95  96 97  98 99  100 101    
 102  103  104  105 105A 106 107 
 108 109  110 112 113 114 115 121 116 117
118 119 120 121 122 123 124
126 127 128 129 128A 129A 130 131 132 133  134 135  136 137
138  139 140 141 142 143 144
145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154
155 156 157 158  159 160 161  162  163 164
165 166  167 168 169 170  171 No models from 172 to 179
 180 180A  181 181A  182  183 183A  184 184A  185 186  187 188
188A No model 189 190 191 No model 192 193 194 No model 195
196 197  198 199 200A 200B 200C 200D    200 200E 201 201A  201B 202 203
       No  model 204/205
206/207  208/209  210  211 212 213 214 215
   216 218  222    227 /227A
  230 231 231A 233    
235 236  238 243 252 253FM 258 261
    264 265    267
        270    
271 Series  274 Series  275 275A  276FM  277FM  Series  
         281    
288 289 290 291 294  293 295  
301 331 302 303 305 306 317    
 319   324   332  333  
334   337      
  362 368   399
404A 417  429   439   4T2

OTHER

Car radio 
CIM 18805 
Car Radio 
Model 165
   
The models listed below  were made by Canadian Marconi but photos are not  available at the present time.  Schematics for these sets can be found at the web sites listed at the top of this document. Besides home radios, car radios, record players and wire recorders are included . The Marconi Service Manual is a hard cover service manual covering early Marconi radio models (Prior to WW2).  Model numbers up to 215 (also models 291 and 294) are included  in this manual.

Many of these radios were made in both tabletop and console models hence they would share the same chassis and schematic. If the model is featured in the above table, it will not appear in the list below.

A few Echophone radios are shown in the Table Of Contents in the Canadian Marconi service manual Volume 1 as being made by the Echophone Radio Company of Canada .  Per the book  "Radios in Canada by  Lloyd Swackhammer" , Echophone  made radios for the Canadian Marconi  Company in Montreal. Specifically, these were the models 40,  50, and 60 . Thngs can become confusing since the Echophone 40 and 60 models overlap  with Canadian Marconi models 40 and 60. Echophone mdoel 50 has no overlap. with  Marconi.  Echophone was  eventually bought out by the Hallicrafters company.

5, 6,  14DC Amp , 14 Tuner,  15-18 Tuners, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 27-SW, 28, 29, 31, 33, 33-AW, 34, 35, 36 & 37, 38,  48, 50,   78, 79C & 80,  90,

202 & 203, 206 and 207, 216, 217, 217A &B, 217SW, 219 & 220, 221, 221A, 223, 224, 228, 229, 231, 238 & 243, 254-FM & 255-FM, 258, 265, 260, 267, 279, 280,  284, 288,

303, 305A, 307, 310, 315, 327, 331, 332, 334, 339, 341, 355, 362, 369, 379 & 389, 342, 349, 359, 361, 365 & 367, 368, 369 & 370, 376 & 399, 385, 388.

403, 406, 407, 408, 409, 415, 422, 423, 424, 425, 425A, 428, 431, 436, 440, 441, 442, 447, 449 & 624, 452, 455, 462, 464, 465, 466, 467, 468, 469 & 470, 476, & 477, 480, 481,  482, 483, 484, 485,& 486, 488, 495, 490,491 &495, 499.
4T1, 4T2

516 to 530,  588, 6A10, 6B10, 6B30, 6B42, 6B45, 6MF080, 6MN-082

623, 624,

888

1003, 1005, 1006, 1007, 1008, 1009,  1008A, 1009, 1070, 1071, 1072.

2001,
 

TELEVISION SETS
Some information about Canadian Marconi TV sets can be found at  the Television History web site.

Toronto is also home to the Moses Znaimer Museum of Television.  It is not known if there are Canadian Marconi TV sets in the collection at this time.


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Oct 2/14