Freed Eisemann NR-9 (1927)
This is a six tube 'neutrodyne' receiver. Uses '201A tubes. Neutrodyne is a description of neutralization of the individual stages for stability and freedom from undesired oscillations which were somewhat common in 1920s sets. This radio is quite stable. It uses a ganged tuning system for "one-knob" tuning. There's a nice 4-range antenna tuning system on the input. Performance is excellent, almost comparable to a modern era broadcast radio.
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