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Kit - Pine Board Wireless Transmitter

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Now your antique radio can play some of the same programs it did when it was new! With your cassette tape player, phonograph or high output microphone, this one tube transmitter becomes a miniature AM broadcasting station, patterned after the 1939 Zenith model S-7000 Wireless Record Player. Assemble on a 4 inch x 6.5 inch board. All parts and instructions included.

RoHS Compliant
SKU:
K-488
Item ID:
005336
UPC/EAN:
609722133142
Product Measurements
Board Length6.5 in.
Board Width4 in.
Packaging Information
Packaging Dimensions8.3 in. × 7.5 in. × 3.5 in.
Weight (Packaging)1.683 lbs.
PDF: InstructionsAll Models
PDF: SchematicAll Models

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PDF: Instructions Instructions853.86 KB
PDF: Schematic Schematic85.06 KB

Questions and Answers

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Asked by Anonymous on February 16th, 2017.
Matt H
February 16th, 2017
Unfortunately we are not techs and can not offer technical advise. You may want to take this to a repairman.
Anonymous
March 14th, 2018
Most instances of hum on a high impedance input device such as this is in the case of a ground loop to the audio input. Unfortunately, most people replace the tube first. After 50-60 years sitting in boxes, if the tubes are not bad by now, they will probably outlast the builder.
Asked by Anonymous on October 2nd, 2015.
Anonymous
October 2nd, 2015
The power for this kit is A/C supplied. The signal is transmitted over air. The schematic and instructions are posted to preview.
Asked by Anonymous on November 2nd, 2015.
JustinG
November 2nd, 2015
Staff Member
Top Contributor
This kit is only available with a standard 110v transformer.
Asked by Andrew More on September 22nd, 2016.
Matt H
September 23rd, 2016
Per page five of the instructions manual posted above, you should target 1,100 and 1,600 KHz.
Asked by Anonymous on October 20th, 2016.
Matt H
October 20th, 2016
This kit is designed for an antique radio and would need to be modified to accept a 3.5mm input. Any modifications would be at the builders discretion and should be researched thoroughly referencing the schematic and layout as this is not something we have attempted in house.
Asked by Anonymous on November 30th, 2016.
Matt H
November 30th, 2016
Hi, you can find the transformer for this kit by searching for P-T442.
Asked by Anonymous on February 22nd, 2017.
Matt H
February 22nd, 2017
Any modifications would be at the builders discretion and should be researched thoroughly referencing the schematic and layout as this is not something we have attempted in house.
Asked by Anonymous on October 31st, 2017.
Matt H
October 31st, 2017
Yes all parts are included to successfully assemble this kit.
Asked by Anonymous on November 2nd, 2017.
Matt H
November 2nd, 2017
The instructions state that you can use the earphone output jack of a cassette player as an audio source. The same principle should work with a CD player. Modification may be required and any modification would be at the builder's discretion.
Asked by Anonymous on December 20th, 2017.
Matt H
December 20th, 2017
We do not have any experience in modifying this transmitter.
Asked by Anonymous on September 5th, 2018.
BradWbr
September 5th, 2018
Staff Member
This kit is not designed for long range use. It's design is to transmit wirelessly room to room in close proximity.
Asked by Anonymous on March 26th, 2019.
BradWbr
March 26th, 2019
Staff Member
We have no way to verify that is can accept input from a bluetooth receiver. This accepts one mono audio input.

Product Reviews

5.00 out of 5 based on 1 reviews
- October 25th, 2013
5 out of 5

This was a quick and easy kit to make. Spent a few nice hours making it tonight. The audio is really nice on my Zenith Long Distance.

Enjoying Rat Patrol Radio from live365 as I type! And Space Patrol sounded amazing, too!

Worth the money, no doubt.

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