Grundig

Well, after losing the war, I suppose the Germans had to gain credibility somehow. One way was to make good quality sets such as this. The design was fairly standard, along the lines of Philips, Mullard etc. However, good I.F. transformers seemed to enable these sets to be very selective and sensitive. Similar to Blaupunkt sets of the same era, the cabinets were crammed with lots of speakers singing high and low notes. This set had a graphic equaliser – four tone controls. And the Japs thought they came up with it first. Ha.

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