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I am the proud owner of an E-566 (rainbow) receiver,
I revised the set and it is in original state and working 100 percent.
I was a radio officer in the dutch merchant marine from 1958 until 1973 and worked with the set on various ships.
Pity we don't hear any morse anymore.
Karel J.H. van Beek` <karelj.h.vanbeek@wanadoo.`>
Puiflijk, Holland. - Wednesday, March 22, 2006 at 15:24:22 (CET)
A correction: Iīve immediately spotted a "small" error in my blah about the FE-52 : Please replace all "Grundig" īs with "Blaupunkt" īs ! Sorry about that ! ( Richard )
JO30nq, - Thursday, March 16, 2006 at 01:25:37 (CET)
A short bit of additional history from one who used one (new!)as well as having owned one: The "Grundig" FE-52 was in fact designed & constructed 100% by Robt.Bosch in one of their W.Berlin Shops, and later sold to the US Army by "Grundig", who meerly added their logo to the front panel.The mfg/sales date was probably 1952 - Hence the
"__-52". I later acquired one in the USA ( as "war surplus") for only $50(cheap!)as no one there even knew that it was a Rcvr! I had used one alongside a Collins 51-J1 for over one year here in Germany, so can verify that it was (is) easily as good and stable as the Collins. My own FE-52 worked perfectly (I rebuilt the Anode&Reg.Fil.supply with silicon semiconīs in the 60īs ) and it is working perfectly to this day there in So.Am.,after over 25 years in a Sub.tropical climate ! These Rcvrs were bought as sets,with a 300 W.CW/RTTY Transmitter, with the intention of leaving these sets in place - operating with them until that very last moment "after" the Russians had invaded , giving us the opportunity, meanwhile , to pack up our US made equipment ( which was mostly already truck mounted anyway ) & go out into the field ,leaving these fine sets behind to the Russians ( or blowing them up ourselves ).
JO30nq, - Thursday, March 16, 2006 at 01:08:18 (CET)
Danke Euch. Ich bin Ex-Marconi (1971 MS Bärenfels/DEAS) und
suche für meinen Siemens E310b (DEBEG E566)den Abstimmknopf
Bin ich hier verkehrt, bitte ich um Entschuldigung und um
Tip. Danke & 73 PS
Peter Scholten <peterscholten@t-online>
- Saturday, November 12, 2005 at 10:18:09 (CET)
Danke dafür. Als Ex-Marconi 1971 MS Bärenfels/DEAS grüsse
Peter Scholten <peterscholten@t-online>
- Saturday, November 12, 2005 at 10:06:03 (CET)
used fe52 at my shack at dl4bv in 1962-64 wonderful receiver. are there still any around?
stanley kugler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
waterbury ct, usa - Monday, August 22, 2005 at 01:11:10 (CEST)
Wonderful website. I have been looking for info on The siemens E311-E1 for a long time, thanks to you I can now enjoy my set even more. Regards Domenic
Domenic Toldo <email@example.com>
Edenvale, South Africa - Thursday, April 14, 2005 at 19:37:17 (CEST)
Die T-online schließt alle privaten Homepages, mit der Emailadresse. Ich habe mir deshalb eine neue Homepage
mit der Adresse: kurzwellen-freak.de , da habe sind alten
Daten und neue Daten. Es gibt jetzt sehr viel mehr Bilder
und Geräte (wegen Speicherplatz).
Grüße aus Hannover, Klaus Richter
Klaus Richter <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Hannover, Deutschland - Friday, March 25, 2005 at 11:05:16 (CET)
super. Ich habe Informationen bei euch über den
Siemens E-66a gefunden. Solch ein Empfänger hat ein
Amateurfunkfreund auf dem Recyclinghof vor der Verschrottung gerettet.
Vielen Dank und macht weiter so...
Inning am Ammersee, Bavaria - Monday, March 07, 2005 at 22:25:50 (CET)
Thanks for the site. A great and good job!
P.S. I've appreciated too much GNPDB! Simply wonderful.
Bepi Giaco' <email@example.com>
Bari, ITALY - Sunday, December 19, 2004 at 22:12:36 (CET)
Nice and neat page with loving memories from the tube era. Also wonderful pictures... we want more!!! Keep going this way folks!
Javier Pandolfi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Buenos Aires, Argentina - Tuesday, December 14, 2004 at 14:22:24 (CET)
Greetings from NE Tennessee!
Liked the site-I am the proud owner of a EK-07, probly the only one in
Tennessee. Would love to chat w/other EK-07 owners-they are FANTASTIC sets
! 73s, Sandy G.
Sandy Geiger <chg111@Hotmail.com>
Rogersville, Tennessee, USA - Monday, November 01, 2004 at 03:12:06
Great memory of those wonderful radios. Simple and well organized
page. Thanks for your work!!
Alfonso Portela <email@example.com>
Cervas, Ares, Coruña, Spain - Thursday, October 14, 2004 at
Great Page! I worked from 1964 to 1967 in ships electronics and
visited therefor often various ships, especially ofcourse the "shack" of
the radio officer. There I saw the first time these receivers, al though
they where mainly serviced by DEBEG. I also appreciate the photo's of the
ship's and the radio huts. You did a very good job in making these profi
web pages !! Ton van der Lubbe, PA0LUB, the Netherlands .
Wilnis, Netherlands - Thursday, September 16, 2004 at 16:13:10 (CEST)
wonderful site, marvelous pictures!! Graet fun.
Eindhoven/ Noord- Brabant, The Netherlands - Thursday, July 08, 2004
at 22:25:37 (CEST)
Great page. I have a nice Rohde & Schwarz 400 watt AM/CW transmitter
circa 1952. For a .jpg goto: http://www.kc3ol.com click on "AM and Boaranchors"
the click on WC9M German transmitter. Keep them glowing! Tom Laird WC9M
Moline, IL. USA.
Tom Laird <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Moline, IL., USA - Monday, May 24, 2004 at 19:51:52 (CEST)
Well laid out site, and I had never seen most of these very beautiful
radios. The links are also very useful and interesting. Vielen Dank! Charlie.
Charlie Falke <email@example.com>
Union, CT., USA - Friday, May 07, 2004 at 02:38:37 (CEST)
A wonderful site. I have owned well over a hundred receivers over
45 years, but recently sold most to other collectors. I had a Lagier Marine
radio, many Eddystones, and too many others, including a EK-07. Still use
a Skanti 5001, and have in storage a Kaar, a Dansk 203, and several Electronav
EN-R2 marine receivers. I have a number of crystal controlled radios such
as the TMC STR-5. Scientific Radio 206, Galaxy, Canadian Marconi, RF-Harris,
etc. This is a very specialized interest! I seek a manual for the EN-R2.
Matt Stutterheim <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Long Island, USA - Saturday, March 20, 2004 at 12:37:47 (CET)
Thanks so much for the site and the entry for the FE-52! I have
one of these and a couple of years ago was finally able to get a manual
for it from the good folks at DARC. I have hopes of restoring it to its
original glory! Nice to see what it was supposed to look like when new!
73 Graham K5MPB
Graham Smith (K5MPB) <email@example.com>
Lafayette Louiaiana, USA - Saturday, February 07, 2004 at 00:36:00
Compliments , you did a very good job. I invite you to continue
Gianfranco Sabbadini <I2SG@hotmail.com>
Milano, Italy - Friday, February 06, 2004 at 22:04:02 (CET)
Hallo OMs Heute habe ich mal wieder 'reingeschaut. Prima Seiten
mit vielen Infos die ich auch für meine Homepage nutzen werde. Viel
Spass bei der Arbeit . . . Ihr habt sehr gut angefangen, aber es gibt noch
viel zu tun! Heinrich Busch http://www.seefunk.hbusch.de
27804 Berne, D - Friday, February 06, 2004 at 00:25:03 (CET)
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