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 Post subject: Patterson 105AW console
PostPosted: May Tue 07, 2019 8:11 pm 
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Cheap, too at $15. Wonder how bad the veneer is?
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 Post subject: Re: Patterson 105AW console
PostPosted: May Wed 08, 2019 3:13 pm 
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Very nice!

Wish I could save them all.

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 Post subject: Re: Patterson 105AW console
PostPosted: May Wed 08, 2019 4:03 pm 
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Craig aka analogtv wants it- hope he gets it.


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 Post subject: Re: Patterson 105AW console
PostPosted: May Wed 08, 2019 5:47 pm 
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The models with that dial have a nice band indicator that turns the band name through a window when you rotate the band switch.

Good luck, Craig!

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 Post subject: Re: Patterson 105AW console
PostPosted: May Wed 08, 2019 6:07 pm 
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That's a giveaway for a great little console. The veneer work shouldn't be too tough if it's just on one side. I would do just a partial resto to the cabinet.


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 Post subject: Re: Patterson 105AW console
PostPosted: May Wed 08, 2019 8:42 pm 
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I have the boatanchor version of that model, and it is a really good receiver. If it wasn't halfway across the country....


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 Post subject: Re: Patterson 105AW console
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So there is a 12 tube Patterson PR-12 Chassis in there?

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 Post subject: Re: Patterson 105AW console
PostPosted: May Sat 11, 2019 2:16 am 
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radioterry wrote:
So there is a 12 tube Patterson PR-12 Chassis in there?
BR,
Terry

10 tubes.


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 Post subject: Re: Patterson 105AW console
PostPosted: May Sun 19, 2019 9:53 pm 
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It is a Patterson 105-AW, with ten tubes, output push/pull 42's feeding a dried out Jensen type D pedestal speaker. Somebody cut steel pipe to size and slid over several tubes. Somebody,....somewhere,....found out shields were needed, as the old ones were gone.....and had a good idea. It now has the shaped aluminum ones. Somebody has partially re-capped long ago, not surprising. The veneer was replaced with mahogany on the two sides and top and it was badly done. I don't even mind the poly, heck, l've used it myself. This is the first Patterson I've run acoss, should be interesting. Craig


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 Post subject: Re: Patterson 105AW console
PostPosted: May Sun 19, 2019 11:44 pm 
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analog.tv wrote:
It is a Patterson 105-AW, with ten tubes, output push/pull 42's feeding a dried out Jensen type D pedestal speaker. Somebody cut steel pipe to size and slid over several tubes. Somebody,....somewhere,....found out shields were needed, as the old ones were gone.....and had a good idea. It now has the shaped aluminum ones. Somebody has partially re-capped long ago, not surprising. The veneer was replaced with mahogany on the two sides and top and it was badly done. I don't even mind the poly, heck, l've used it myself. This is the first Patterson I've run acoss, should be interesting. Craig

How about a few pictures?


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