Zenith 10-S-160 Console (1937) Restored Radio Bluetooth
This is an uncommon and super playing Zenith ten-tube console radio, ready for you to proudly display and listen to. The sculpted ribs on the sides are an outstanding feature, and the design was patented. From the Golden Age of Radio, it covers the broadcast band (550-1700 KC) and has short-wave band coverage (in two bands) up to 19 MC.
Additionally, this radio has been fitted with an 1/8 inch adapter which will allow you to use this with your iPhone, smartphone, iPods or record player. Access your old vinyl, or tune into Pandora, Apple Music or the playlist on your computer to provide the tunes and use the Bluetooth connection to bring the warm, bright, analogue sound of a tube amplifier to any music or recordings you choose. The quality of the sound is excellent – just ask any guitarist since these kinds of tube based amps are still being made and used today. You will have the best of “digital” and “analogue” combined.
The cabinet was restored using the finest toning and clear lacquers, and looks fantastic. The electronics are restored and original except for some tubes and the replaced capacitors and resistors under the chassis; everything works as it should. You will be hard pressed to find a nicer example; the cabinet has no patches, the 7″ black dial scale is perfect, original escutcheon and glass dial cover, working target tuning indicator, original wooden knobs, original grille cloth, Auditorium 12-inch Electro-Dynamic Speaker and Acoustic Adapter.
42″H x 24″W x 16″D