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Old 11-09-2017, 05:37 PM
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Identify this RCA?

Photo taken in 1956 to publicize Alliance add-on wired remote, but the set looks earlier to me?
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Old 11-09-2017, 05:50 PM
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1949 RCA Model No. 9-TC-272

B/W set with the 16AP4 CRT. Outstanding performer too, 4 or 5 IF stages, DC coupled video.
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I t looks to me a 1951 9-T-77. The screen is 19" on the 9-T-77 and the 9TC272 did not have the doors depicted. The 9-T-77 did.
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I t looks to me a 1951 9-T-77. The screen is 19" on the 9-T-77 and the 9TC272 did not have the doors depicted. The 9-T-77 did.
You're right, I thought the 9-TC-272 had doors. It doesn't. Apparently only the 9-TC-275 did. What chassis is in the 9-T-77? Is it a variant of the KCS-47 chassis?
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Old 11-11-2017, 03:28 PM
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KCS 49 according the Sams.

This picture confirms it's a 9-T-77 (you have to click, it's too large to link.

http://phonographroom.org/photos/RCA9-T-77.JPG

The door will have to be left open with that remote installed.
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In 1951 RCA turned to rectangular. Lasst round sets were in 1950. Might be a Yuch KCS- 47 chassis. Troublesome chassis.
Eight controls in front.
Have a model on it? Looks like a 6T74.
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That set in picture looks like a sixteen inch. I think I see doors.
The 19" round sets actually came out in late 1950. They also use the kcs 47 rigged up for higher hv with a different flyback.
I have the red book on those sets, plus, my sets.
I have the 1949 table model with a 16AP4, which comes out of the front of the cabinet.
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