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However, remember there are many types of set I am delighted to service, unlike some other repairers who won't or can't handle for example Philips sets, FM radios, television sets, car radios, etc So give me a call. My aim is to please. I am a restoration specialist. If first you need a radio to kick things off with, there are plenty of people selling 'raw' sets on their web sites and over Ebay. On my 'Radios For Sale' page you'll find direct links into the Ebay pages. Happy Hunting!

Once you've acquired your pride and joy; Magic Eyes - Various - British Rock n Roll At Decca 1954-1962 Volume 4 (CD) the time to bring it back here and I can transform it into a Magic Eyes - Various - British Rock n Roll At Decca 1954-1962 Volume 4 (CD) to use and enjoy.

Most valves known as 'tubes' in the USA are still available. Large amounts were originally manufactured and today these stocks are largely in the hands of specialist collectors and dealers. Since relatively few vintage receivers are in use today, this remaining stock will probably serve indefinitely. Just a few types of valve are now becoming rare and this is reflected in their prices. Otherwise valves remain plentiful and cheap. It's a common mistake to regard valves as fragile and unreliable.

Although it's obviously a bad idea to drop them, the fact is valves are far more electrically robust than transistors and will stand much more abuse. In general they're pretty reliable too. They don't 'pop' like light bulbs but wear gradually.

Their average service life might be between 10 and 25 years for a set in regular use. However you might find clicking HERE useful to find out what your set is likely to be worth To answer the question, it's far better to 'restore' rather than 'repair' sets for two reasons: the economic use of time - and set reliability.

To take an example, imagine you brought in a vintage set for repair with the instructions: "Just get it going". First, I would have to spend an appreciable amount of time in fault-finding - usually working through one fault after another. This process would work out more expensive than the standard 'component replacement' method I currently use.

Also, once you've 'woken up' an old set by curing the faults, a lot of stress wiil be put on the other original components. The end result would be a set which would be likely to go wrong again, making it impossible to guarantee and later on even more expensive and troublesome for the customer.

So, if you want a reliable job which will give peace of mind, there really is no alternative to a full 'silver' or 'gold' overhaul. As the number of my completed restorations heads toward the thousand mark, it's certainly interesting to consider why so many people have considered the answer to this question to be 'Yes'. There are at least three ways of looking at it. The first is to ask: "Would I get my money back if I were to sell the restored set on the open market? The answer here generally is "No".

The situation is analogous to having a much-loved old car restored with the aim of enjoying using it again, rather than just storing it as an investment. Although the market value of your set would certainly increase substantially once restored properly, just like with classic cars only if it is a rare sought-after model would you find the value say at auction had increased so much that it would Magic Eyes - Various - British Rock n Roll At Decca 1954-1962 Volume 4 (CD) back the restoration fee.

The second approach is to ask : "What would it cost me to obtain something else which would be as useful, provide the equivalent service and carry a comparable guarantee? The answer here is probably "A decent home entertainment system.

The third is to ask "What else could give me as much pleasure in ownership, or have as much character, or would be as unique, or as well-made, or would carry with it as much history?

The frank answer to this is "Nothing". These qualities are hard to find at any price. And as your Radiocraft 'gold' wireless set endures, it will become rarer and rarer, probably still working perfectly for your descendants and becoming a true investment for your family. However, it's most important that I keep my prices keen for the level of service I provide and that my estimates are transparent.

No business would grow or prosper otherwise. I have found the best way to gain new business is to receive recommendations and repeat commissions from my existing customers. Therefore I always try to offer 'something extra' in terms of value - to keep ahead of the competition. For example, nobody else in the business offers a lifetime guarantee. When comparing prices, think of what you local mechanic or plumber would charge for a job taking a similar time - then you'll realise I am actually cheap!

There are two major types of performance to consider. These are: 'how good will it sound? Broadly, most mains-operated radios manufactured after about will meet up with modern expectations. Before that, loudspeakers tended to be 'squeakier' and signal sensitivity poorer. Operationally too, very early sets can require care and a deft hand with the controls. And these controls may not do exactly the same thing as the Volume and Tuning we're all familiar with.

Bydomestic valve radios were, in the technical sense, fully evolved. Mid-market and up-market radios from the late thirties and on can give excellent sensitivity and tone.

In fact the sound from these sets on 'AM' - that is the medium, long and short waves for which they were designed is generally far deeper and clearer than the sound from a modern transistor radio or ghetto-blaster - where AM is an afterthought and FM listening is primarily intended.

As for the question of 'how many stations' will there be, there are still a handful from the UK broadcasting on medium and long waves and Magic Eyes - Various - British Rock n Roll At Decca 1954-1962 Volume 4 (CD) more receivable from abroad. Otherwise, results will depend on whether there are strong local stations and your local reception conditions.

Urban and heavily built up locations will tend to suffer from more interference than rural, and blocks of flats with a steel frame construction will screen the signals, making them weaker and more prone to interference.

These days, interference is most likely to come from poorly designed 'digital' gizmos around the house and in neighbours' housesand from switched-mode power supplies. If such problems rear their heads, there are various possible solutions.

The first is to run a screened lead leading to an aerial wire placed somewhere beyond the spread of the interference. The second is to tune into the strong local-only signal provided by a Medium Wave Adapter explained further down. Finally, if you're a real perfectionist, the Welbrook Loop is worth considering. British-manufactured sets which always be counted on to give exceptionally good results include Murphy, Philips, R.

D and Dynatron. But many others too will deliver really satisfying listening. And such radios need not cost a lot to obtain. In fact the more 'collectable' and valuable radios, where cabinet material and design are the primary considerations, also tend to be the poorer performers. It's a fact that you'll often get a better sound from that restored 'brown box' you originally picked up for a tenner than from a Round Ekco worth a thousand!

This is can be worth bearing in mind when deciding whether a restoration of your old set will be 'worth it'. However there are two things even more important. First and foremost is safety. Sometimes I will have to make discreet modifications, particularly to the power circuitry, mains cabling and earthing, to ensure your set will be completely safe - for your and my peace of mind.

The other consideration is reliability. For example my 'gold' sets are guaranteed for life. This is far longer than even when they were new. So, many of the hidden under-chassis vintage components will be replaced. This is always done neatly and in workmanlike fashion.

You also have the option to request that new components are hidden inside the old if desired. Vintage radios one day will be centuries-old antiques. Just as the case is with such antiques today, evidence of professional attention previously received does not detract from their value but just becomes an intrinsic part of their long history.

In the future I believe this will be how Radiocraft-restored sets will be seen. For the past several years my backlog of work has remained steady at around four or five months.

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The trail is not far from Decca Studiowhere Fury recorded many of his tracks. Source Authors. Although the market value of your set would certainly increase substantially once restored properly, just like with classic cars only if it is a rare sought-after model would you find the value say at auction had increased so much that it would pay back the restoration fee.

The second approach is to ask : "What would it cost me to obtain something else which would be as useful, provide the equivalent service and carry a comparable guarantee? The answer here is probably "A decent home entertainment system.

The third is to ask "What else could give me as much pleasure in ownership, or have as much character, or would be as unique, or as well-made, or would carry with it as much history?

The frank answer to this is "Nothing". These qualities are hard to find at any price. And as your Radiocraft 'gold' wireless set endures, it will become rarer and rarer, probably still working perfectly for your descendants and becoming a true investment for your family. However, it's most important that I keep my prices keen for the level of service I provide and that my estimates are transparent.

No business would grow or prosper otherwise. I have found the best way to gain new business is to receive recommendations and repeat commissions from my existing customers. Therefore I always try to offer 'something extra' in terms of value - to keep ahead of the competition.

For example, nobody else in the business offers a lifetime guarantee. When comparing prices, think of what you local mechanic or plumber would charge for a job taking a similar time - then you'll realise I am actually cheap! There are two major types of performance to consider. These are: 'how good will it sound? Broadly, most mains-operated radios manufactured after about will meet up with modern expectations. Before that, loudspeakers tended to be 'squeakier' and signal sensitivity poorer.

Operationally too, very early sets can require care and a deft hand with the controls. And these controls may not do exactly the same thing as the Volume and Tuning we're all familiar with. Bydomestic valve radios were, in the technical sense, fully evolved. Mid-market and up-market radios from the late thirties and on can give excellent sensitivity and tone. In fact the sound from these sets on 'AM' - that is the medium, long and short waves for which they were designed is generally far deeper and Magic Eyes - Various - British Rock n Roll At Decca 1954-1962 Volume 4 (CD) than the sound from a modern transistor radio or ghetto-blaster - where AM is an afterthought and FM listening is primarily intended.

As for the question of 'how many stations' will there be, there are still a handful from the UK broadcasting on medium and long waves and many more receivable from abroad.

Otherwise, results will depend on whether there are strong local stations and your local reception conditions. Urban and heavily built up locations will tend to suffer from more interference than rural, and blocks of flats with a steel frame construction will screen the signals, making them weaker and more prone to interference. These days, interference is most likely to come from poorly designed 'digital' gizmos around the house and in neighbours' housesand from switched-mode power supplies.

If such problems rear their Magic Eyes - Various - British Rock n Roll At Decca 1954-1962 Volume 4 (CD), there are various possible solutions. The first is to run a screened lead leading to an aerial wire placed somewhere beyond the spread of the interference.

The second is to tune into the strong local-only signal provided by a Medium Wave Adapter explained further down. Finally, if you're a real perfectionist, the Welbrook Loop is worth considering. British-manufactured sets which always be counted on to give exceptionally good results include Murphy, Philips, R. D and Dynatron.

But many others too will deliver really satisfying listening. And such radios need not cost a lot to obtain. In fact the more 'collectable' and valuable radios, where cabinet material and design are the primary considerations, also tend to be the poorer performers.

It's a fact that you'll often get a better sound from that restored 'brown box' you originally picked up for a tenner than from a Round Ekco worth a thousand! This is can be worth bearing in mind when deciding whether a restoration of your old set will be 'worth it'. However there are two things even more important.

First and foremost is safety. Sometimes I will have to make discreet modifications, particularly to the power circuitry, mains cabling and earthing, to ensure your set will be completely safe - for your and my peace of mind.

The other consideration is reliability. For example my 'gold' sets are guaranteed for life. This is far longer than even when they were new. So, many of the hidden under-chassis vintage components will be replaced. This is always done neatly and in workmanlike fashion. You also have the option to request that new components are hidden inside the old if desired.

Vintage radios one day will be centuries-old antiques. Just as the case is with such antiques today, evidence of professional attention previously received does not detract from their value but just becomes an intrinsic part of their long history.

In the future I believe this will be how Radiocraft-restored sets will be seen. For the past several years my backlog of work has remained steady at around four or five months. However, if you don't want your restored set back within this time-span you may specify any point in the further future which you prefer.

For example, you might not need the radio for your classic car to be ready until the car itself is expected to be coming together, say in the following spring.

Handing your set in a long time in advance has the advantage that I can generally plan accurately for a deadline far into the future and 'slot the job in' to be ready exactly at the time you specify.

Alternatively, when you require your set urgently this can sometimes be arranged too, since other customers might not be Magic Eyes - Various - British Rock n Roll At Decca 1954-1962 Volume 4 (CD) so much of a hurry. Let me know your requirements.

I can generally work something out. If you can't bring your set to me personally, or don't want to use my transport service, then packing up and posting your set becomes the only option. This needs to be approached with great care.

Your old radio may have a fragile or finely-finished cabinet. Certainly it will contain delicate glassware the valves which can easily become dislodged and smashed. How then to go about it?

Basically, the safest is advice is "don't! Even a radio, packed correctly as detailed below, can arrive damaged. Remember, the box could tumble over and over during handling and the set might be travelling upside-down or on its side. Valves may become dislodged from the shaking and the dial glass can get broken because it has to bear unusual stresses as the chassis tries to move around inside the cabinet against its rubber mountings.

It's impossible to insure anything classed as an 'antique' or containing glass in the Parcelforce system. I will no longer post radios or send them back by carrier under any circumstances. Try Ebay. Go to my sale page for a link or look at the Directory. Please note, Radiocraft does not supply spares nor can I provide advice on sourcing for individual cases. Either it's the 'shock jock' variety, consisting of phone-in voice broadcasts with the opinions of the 'hoi polloi' very much in evidence, or it's compressed, blaring rock music complete with cocky and gobby presenters.

Well, I suppose it helps some people get through the day, but the sound of it just makes me feel bleary-eyed and run down. Rant over ;- But there is another way. It's quite easy to play anything you like over your vintage radio, be it a digital or FM station, Magic Eyes - Various - British Rock n Roll At Decca 1954-1962 Volume 4 (CD) your very own CDs. So you'll be able to tune your vintage radio into whatever you like!

In this connection, you may have noticed I have recommended the Guild series of CDs on the home page. I have no connection with this company apart from having already amassed over 50 of their CDs and being a very satisfied customer. These CDs consist of collections of re-mastered original recordings of Light Music - once often heard as radio and television themes, newsreel film backgrounds, and television interludes.

This sort of music is full of melody, lush instrumental texture and atmosphere - and it sounds great through old radios! It also has to be said it's refreshingly different and 'un-cool'.

Today, increasing numbers of people are rediscovering this wonderful, tuneful music from the pre-pop era. Please see the next section. This way you can receive all the stations previously radiated by FM frequency modulation and many more besides. To enable you to listen to anything you choose on your vintage radio, I now can supply a Medium Wave Radio Adaptor. You'll want for nothing in sound quality and you'll be able to continue using your vintage radio indefinitely into the future!

The unit converts any audio signal into a miniature medium wave station. It plugs in to your own choice of audio source, so you'll need to already have a DAB radio if you want to listen to DAB on your vintage radio.

The signal can be received everywhere in your house, so you can even listen to the same station on several radios at once if you like! No connection is needed to your set s. You simply tune in the signal like any other medium wave station.

Phone App to use: TuneIn Radio. Phone App to use: Simple Radio. The quality is very good. Be assured of high quality listening on medium wave for ever, on any station, on all the radios in your house - regardless of what 'they' do to the band. It can be used with any vintage radio, whether previously serviced by me or not.

Magic Eyes - Various - British Rock n Roll At Decca 1954-1962 Volume 4 (CD) connect it to your own audio source; for example an iPod, CD Player, or Digital Radio - and the adaptor will convert this into an authentic medium wave radio station you 'tune into' in the usual way. So now you can listen to whatever you want. Performance is superb - it uses the same compression adjustable and frequency characteristic of real medium wave stations, for that totally authentic sound.

The adapter will be hand-made for you specially. Delivery is normally within 3 weeks. You can obtain it here:.

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