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A fantastic web site showcasing many fine examples of vintage radios. Also offers some nice radios for sale, plus schematic diagrams and more... Be sure to check this site out!
Vintage Radios, Tubes, Parts. Gary has just about everything in the way of parts and accessories for the antique radio and audio experimenter. Great guy to deal with.
Dave builds beautiful, great working sets. He has a ton of great information and a never-ending supply of "eye candy", and ideas. Oh yeah, and he's about the greatest radio builder that I've ever known, too!
Lots of great old and new collectible toys including some nice toy crystal radios!
Site about old and new crystal radios, with other vintage radio related items. Scott is one of the headphone experts on the internet.
Friendly, nice people. Buy your ham radio trinkets here. HRO has many locations in the USA where you can have a hands on approach to buying your ham rigs.
Lou Blasco from Australia shows us his collection of old radios plus crystal radio schematics.
Web site dedicated to crystal radios and old battery radios. Darryl has put a lot of time in making this large website a worthwhile place for the crystal set builder to visit.
For great technical, concise information in the light of real high-tech crystal radio design. Crystal radio Sets and systems. Articles on crystal radio set system design, measurement and improvements.
Classic Old Time Radio Shows as aired from the 1930s to the 1950s. Learn what radio stations in your area play these old shows and at what times. Or you can purchase these classic shows on CD...
Dedicated to once again building and experimenting with radio electronics. They publish a newsletter for the crystal radio builder as well as offering parts to the hobbyist builder.
Selling tubes and electronic parts since 1923. Good supplier of lots of great parts for your experimenting purposes, and very fine people to deal with as well!
Lots of great plans and projects from old UK magazines are to be found, here.
Jim Frederick in Florida is the developer of the "hobbydyne" circuit. Jim has built several high performance crystal sets using ferrite rod coils.
These are very gorgeous and unique clocks. A little "off-line" from radio building, but the owner of peeblesoriginals.com owes a lot of gratitude and thanks to these wonderful people.
A great archive of old and new radio construction. This site, based in New Zealand has a large collection of homemade radio information
Home of the Crystal and 1AD contests. Jack has on his website pictures and descriptions of crystal sets that participated in the crystal radio contests over the years.
Sales of crystal radio related parts in the UK. Geoff Roberts specializes in building nice radios that have that old time look, including loose coupler crystal sets.
Heart of England Crystal Radio Club in the UK. This site also owned by Geoff Roberts shows some of the fine work that the radio builders in the UK region have built.
Beautiful old looking brass binding posts for your old project.
This is my alternative site designed to share pictures of projects, etc.
OTR programs available here on this commercial site. Downloads and CD's available.
Kevin is new to the crystal set hobby, but has already built an impressive collection of crystal sets. He has also purchased some sets which he shows on his website.
RadiolaGuy.com is dedicated to those interested in early radio and television as a hobby, or who just want to take a nostalgia trip to the "golden age" of radio and television (1920s to 1950s).
These people are really great to work with, and their PDF printer is tops.
Bob Weaver in Canada offers some interesting radio designs.
Crayons is an Australian brand and was formed in January 2011. Our backgrounds and passions are in technology and education. Our initial tagline for Crayons was "Technology for Kids", we manufactured, designed and sold technology that was specific for kids. We focused our efforts on teaching children how to be creative with technology. Programming, drawing, animation, story telling, 3D modelling, and videos were just some of things we created workshops for.
AM 1700 is a Low Power(LPAM/Part-15 Broadcaster)That is Owned and Operated by Gerald Gaule.
Oscilloscopes: Electronic test equipment used for observing wave shape, with clear, easy to read LCD screens. Available from Circuit Specialists, Inc. with unique features and functions compared to your average digital storage oscilloscope.
Mike offers a good variety of hard to find parts for the radio experimenter. Be sure to read Scott's Crystal Radio Blog.