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RCA 621TS, ch. KCS 21, ca: 1946

My favorite post-war TV. RCA's first post-war television model, the cabinet was designed by John Vassos. This model is actually a left over pre-war set that was updated with the new post-war NTSC broadcast standards. The 621TS is the most scarce of all the RCA direct-view post-war televisions as only a few thousand were made. A well designed set for it's time that will performs well (when properly restored). Unlike most 7" TV's of the time, the 621TS is a power transformer operated 21 tube chassis. Other features are a magnetically deflected CRT (other sets use the electrostatic type) and a flyback transformer for deflection and high voltage.

The Popeye image is an actual functional picture as displayed by the TV, the Annette image was superimposed.

  Year: 1946
  Case: wood
  Screen size: 7"
  Channel coverage: VHF, ch. 1 - 13
  Power transformer: yes
  Measurements (approx): 19 x 16 x 15"

 < Service and Instruction manuals are available for the above 
the television is part of my collection, not for sale
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