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This is a VHF monitor receiver that is very similar to a Knight KG-221. I acquired it at an auction and it is in spectacular shape . There are some differences with the dial assembly inside the front panel and the dial is illuminated . As well it does not appear to be a kit. For example the “Speaker/Phones” switch is riveted in and not mounted with machine screws. It does have a similar if not identical front end assembly to the KG-221 that is mounted on its own sub chassis.
Picture attached shows a slightly different front panel , as well, from the KG-221. Any one have any info? It would be greatly appreciated.
Hello John – came across your info request. The attached scan for the KN-221 from a copy of the ALLIED catalog of 1966. It does list the specs so may be of some help. Its tube though and the later KN2504 is possibly transistorized version?
Thanks for the info on the KG-220 and KG-221. I have seen these ads before. As I alluded to in my original post the KN2504 that I have, is virtually identical to the KG-221, with a couple of small exceptions. The main one being the use of rivets instead of nuts and screws as in the kits. Perhaps the KN-2504 is a proyotype. If you find anything else on it, please let me know.
Regards John G.
will do John
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