Radio sets, the kind made by manufacturers as opposed to those put together by constructors or experimenters. Includes everything from tiny one-crystal receivers to giant consoles with speakers and record players built in, with dozens of tubes. At the low end it blends imperceptibly with the more complete experimenters' systems. You'll find headphones, separate loudspeakers, and other accessories there in the experimenters' section, too.
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