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PRICE REDUCED! The Ultimate 50,000-page Antique Radioman’s Reference Guides

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Over 50,000 pages of antique electronics reference material covering radio and television sets from the 1920’s through the 1960’s.
The perfect complement to your workbench, this set will last you a lifetime. All in vivid .pdf optimized format, these ultra-high resolution scans will bring to life images with a clarity not seen since they were first published.
Also makes a perfect gift for that loved one with a passion for this hobby!
Although available from various sources in the public domain, this collection has never been available together. We have compiled this three-DVD set to offer you the most complete collection of Schematics, RF Theory, Electronics Theory, Repair & Alignment Guides, Component References & Vacuum Tube Substitution Guides ever in one place.

DVD #1 – The complete Rider’s Perpetual Troubleshooters Manuals and Indexes Volumes #1 through #23 – 33,400 pages!

DVD #2 – The Most Often Needed Radio Diagrams by M. N. Beitman 1929 through 1969 – 5,130 pages

DVD #3 – The BONUS Collection 12,510 pages of Vintage Electronics References and Repair Guides – Basic Electronics; Amplifier Design; Dial Stringing Guides; Selenium & Vacuum Rectifiers; Operation of VTVM’s; Rider’s How it Works Series; Theory and Repairs of FM Transmitters and Receivers; Repairs of Superheterodynes, Tape Recorders, AM Radios, Televisions, Transmitting and Receiving Antennas and over 1,300 pages of Tube Substitutions!

A total of 52 publications!

Ships via USPS to the contiguous United States.
Over 50,000 pages of antique electronics reference material covering radio and television sets from the 1920’s through the 1960’s.
The perfect complement to your workbench, this set will last you a lifetime. All in vivid .pdf optimized format, these ultra-high resolution scans will bring to life images with a clarity not seen since they were first published.
Also makes a perfect gift for that loved one with a passion for this hobby!
Although available from various sources in the public domain, this collection has never been available together. We have compiled this three-DVD set to offer you the most complete collection of Schematics, RF Theory, Electronics Theory, Repair & Alignment Guides, Component References & Vacuum Tube Substitution Guides ever in one place.

DVD #1 – The complete Rider’s Perpetual Troubleshooters Manuals and Indexes Volumes #1 through #23 – 33,400 pages!

DVD #2 – The Most Often Needed Radio Diagrams by M. N. Beitman 1929 through 1969 – 5,130 pages

DVD #3 – The BONUS Collection 12,510 pages of Vintage Electronics References and Repair Guides – Basic Electronics; Amplifier Design; Dial Stringing Guides; Selenium & Vacuum Rectifiers; Operation of VTVM’s; Rider’s How it Works Series; Theory and Repairs of FM Transmitters and Receivers; Repairs of Superheterodynes, Tape Recorders, AM Radios, Televisions, Transmitting and Receiving Antennas and over 1,300 pages of Tube Substitutions!

A total of 52 publications!

Ships via USPS to the contiguous United States.

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PRICE REDUCED! The Ultimate 50,000-page Antique Radioman’s Reference Guides

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