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Motorola S-1-0 "Lazy Boy" ca: 1934  click on any image to enlarge
RadiolaGuy's Collection, the Lazy Boy is not for sale at this time

The Motorola Lazy Boy crated in a fine Art Deco cabinet is one of a few early radios that can be operated by remote control. The small control box features the entire radio circuitry housed in a very small cabinet that can be placed conveniently up to 20 feet away from the console.

The console contains the power amplifier, speaker and power supply. To make this 2 piece set even more convenient, the antenna and ground wires are also connected to the console unit. This allows for only one small diameter cable connecting to the remote unit.

The sound quality is quite good for such and early and innovative radio. It features a large speaker, push-pull amplifier tubes, super-heterodyne circuit with AVC & tuned RF. Another interesting feature is the "Tune-A-Lite" tuning indicator, a tall slim neon lamp that indicates signal strength and proper station tuning by how far up the lamp glows.
 

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