[Emerson 616A]
Emerson 616A, 1949

Tube complement: 12SA7GT mixer/oscillator, 12SK7 IF amplifier, 12SQ7GT detector, 50L6GT audio output, 35Z5GT rectifier.

Approximately 9-3/8 inches / 238 mm wide.






Storage conditions make all the difference.  This chassis looks pristine, and it works well, too, without restoration.  It's still operating on all its original parts—tubes, condensers, you name it.
 [Emerson 616A chassis top]






This chassis underbelly shot reveals the original condensers (and other parts) all still working after all these years.
 [Emerson 616A chassis underbelly]





All five of the original Emerson-branded vacuum tubes are still present and performing up to snuff.
 [The original Emerson tubes]



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