- Amateur Radio (Ham Radio) Community

Call Search

New to Ham Radio?
My Profile

Friends Remembered
Survey Question

DX Cluster Spots

Ham Exams
Ham Links
List Archives
News Articles
Product Reviews
QSL Managers

Site Info
eHam Help (FAQ)
Support the site
The eHam Team
Advertising Info
Vision Statement
About Classifieds Detail

[Classifieds Home]   [Search]   [Help]  

Date Posted by Category User IP

2017-12-03 (UTC)



Hallicrafters SX-73 R-274 - Sold!

High Resolution Pictures at.

Hallicrafters R-274 (SX-73) The elite Shortwave Receiver. This one
is complete except for the Lucking mechanism on the Dial and the
Knobs, Plays beautifully and comes with some extra tubes. 1250.00
or may trade for a NEW TS-590SG, or a TL-922A or??? Actual
It contains 19 tubes and has a coverage of 540 Khz to 54 Mhz on 6
bands. Like the Hammarlund SP-600 it too has a military
designation of R-274. It employs a single conversion
superheterodyne circuit between 540 Khz to 7 Mhz, and a double
conversion superheterodyne circuit from 7 Mhz and up. The
intermediate frequencies for the double conversion is 455 Khz and
6 Mhz, The Hallicrafters R-274 (SX-73) communications receiver was
manufactured from 1952 to 1954 for the military-commercial market.
This baby weighs 58 pounds and is 20x11x18.5 inches, and fits into
a 19 inch rack. audio output of 600/50 ohms and antenna input of
50-200 ohms with a BFO injection control and carrier meter
adjustment on rear. The receiver has 6 fixed crystal positions
with crystal vernier tuning. Its ranges are: .54-1.35, 1.35-3.45,
3.45-7, 7- 14.4, 14.4-29.7 and 29.7-54 MHz. It has
receive/standby, BFO, AVC and ANL switches. The receiver is a
double conversion super heterodyne general coverage communications
receiver with 17 tubes plus voltage regulator, ballast tube and
rectifier, 2 IF and 2 RF stages and is single conversion below 7
MHz. The coils are mounted on a turret and mechanically move into
active circuit to reduce cross modulation.

This was marked by the originator on 2017-12-03 (UTC) as being sold.

Previous: Shure Bros Mobile Mic    More Recent: MOSLEY PRO-57-A