Vintage Radio Mod kit for Raycophone Peewee

Vintage Radio Mod kit for Raycophone Peewee

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Everything you need to turn a Raycophone Peewee (AKA Racophone) into a modern speaker box. Including the knobs! Yes I know, I can hear you now "that's sacrilege" and that's what the historical radio buffs all told me. This forms part of a light and sound show for the Gippsland Armed Forces Museum, and is attached to the audio system, so that parts of the show can be broadcast on a vintage radio cabinet. Designed to adapt a speaker into the cabinet, along with a "champ amp" 0.5w amplifier kit from Jaycar (cat no: KC5152) The frame can be installed and/or removed without permanent modification to the cabinet, and without damage. should you attempt this mod and wish to fit a chassis at a later date, it is a simple matter of removing 4 bolts. the knobs are my own design, as best I could model from the existing photos. All source files are included to assist you in getting the most authentic finish. I dipped my knobs in acetone for 20 seconds and then allowed to dry upright on the shaft of a modern dual gang trimpot by the fire. NOTE: INVENTOR FRAME PARTS ARE NOT CORRECT! these were made to test fit my initial 2d drawings, and the drawings were then corrected based on the test fit in inventor. *You will need to re-build the 3d parts for accuracy* I advise using a paper cone speaker for more authentic sound. I also used 3mm MDF for the frame, later I found that 3mm plywood gives a richer sound (slightly) secure bolts firmly for a clean sound. Any questions, leave a comment. Video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWhhljf_zRo

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