Ken Rad / 6J7-KEN RAD GENERAL ELECTRIC

6J7-KEN RAD GENERAL ELECTRIC Click on image(s) above to view larger
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Ken Rad stands for Kentucky Radio corporation and was a very important valve manufacturer for The US government and defence contracts during World War II. Based in Owensboro Kentucky,In 1945 the company's valve division was sold to General Electric and became GE's primary valve making facility. In 1987, GE sold the company to a group of investors who formed a company called MPD, Inc
6J7 is pentode that from its launch in 1936 became the industry stand for input stages of audio amplifiers. These items were made by General Electric under their previous name Ken Rad for the US government.

The valve is commonly found Seeburg juke boxes such as certain trashcan model plus the C and W using the MRA 3 amplifiers

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