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Author Topic: Jerrold 2300A Distribution Amplifier  (Read 385 times)
N4UE
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« on: April 27, 2008, 07:44:19 PM »

Hi, not quite sure where to put this question, so I'll start here.

I recently acquired a Mint, Jerrold tube-type amplifier, with 'F' connectors. It is VERY well made.
It covers TV Channels 2-13 and the FM Radio band. All the tubes are fine and I just fed it a 100 mHz signal and it amplified it quite nicely. I cannot find info on the old girl since it was made back in the late '50s (??). When did 'F' commectors surface?.

It has a couple of small plug-in cans on the front panel and I'm trying to determine just what they are supposed to do.

One socket is marked "PIP" and the plug-in is labled "Jerrold Plug In Pad". Simple...
The other socket is labled "AOC" and the plug-in is stamped "AOC SP"..... HUH???

Any info on this thing would be appreciated!

ron

N4UE

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