RCA "Radiola" 60
Radio Corporation of America,
Camden, New Jersey, USA

    The RCA "Radiola" 60 was RCA's first AC powered superheterodyne radio receiver.  Calibration of this unit can be challenge because the I. F. and neutralizing adjustments are located below the 3 gang tuning condenser.  In order to reach the adjustments, the tuning unit must be removed while still electrically connected using extending wires.  The speaker on top is a the matching RCA 103 tapestry speaker.

Tube Line Up:
27...R.F. Amplifier (Broad)
27...R.F. Amplifier (Tuned)
27...1st. Detector / Mixer
27...Heterodyne Oscillator
27...1st. I.F. Amplifier
27...2nd. I.F. Amplifier
27...2nd. Detector
71A...Audio Output

Hight...7 inches
Wedth...26 inches
Depth...7 inches

Power Source:
AC...110 Volts

Frequency Range:
BC...550 Khz - 1500 Khz
I.F...180 Khz

    The schematic for this radio can be found at the Nostalgia Air web site by clicking on the links below.

Schematic & Information

This web page was last updated: May 27, 2006