I was very interested to see the information on the Mullard 4140 on your website. And congratulations on a very interesting web site - I've been visiting it on and off for years.
Hi, just reading your Radio Page, you have a great collection, compliments! I was looking in the hope of seeing my first trannie, bought in 1969/70 ? I don't know the name but I'd recognise it instantly if I saw it. Unfortunately it's not in your collection.
I have just spent a while clicking around your site and enjoying the memories it provokes.
Please keep up and enjoy your collection. Your web site sharing the pictures and info is much appreciated.
Just stumbled upon your interesting website and thought you might like the file attached. Cheers from an old electronics technician.
HI, thanks again, that info is quite helpful!
I saw your website after I Googled Hacker Sovereign and was impressed with your dedication to old radios.
First up thank you for a very informative website which has answered a number of questions for me.
Thanks for making all your great gear available through your website.
I very much appreciate your website and collection of pictures.
I found your excellent site when searching for information on a Sullivan capacitor.
Congratulations for your site!!!
I just wanted to say what a fantastic site you have full of information. I especially liked the AVO8 page it was very inspiring, so I decided to get mine out of my shed to see if it still worked.
I decided to write to you after going through your website where I enjoyed seeing your Tandberg Stereo Receiver TR 200.
Saw you web site, very interesting.
Can you help me please, you have a very nice site.
Great site, found via Google 'Defiant Radio'.
A very interesting site of yours.
Hi, first of all, thank you for a fascinating site and useful site. I found simply by searching 'old radios' on Google.
I like your website. It reminds me of some of the equipment I used to use in the 60's when in REME workshops.
I googled "old electrical test equipment " and up came your website. That's some collection you have - you must have plenty of space and patience!
Hi Richard , great website !!
I came a across your site after searching for info on a megger that i recently purchased from a 2nd hand shop at Port Fairy here in Aus.
Hello there, great collection by the way!
Great collections.Let God give you Healthy and long life to continue in this great activity.
I have followed your very interesting page for some time now, and thought I would send you some pics of my megger.
Have just been looking at the richardsradios site - what a huge amount of work and time it represents! Very impressive.
CAME ACROSS YOUR WEB SITE AND FOUND IT INTERESTING
Once again great collection you have there and I look forward to hearing from you,
I've just been admiring the content of your pages, the depth, range and content of which is amazing. The number of manufacturers and the variety of the products they offered is astounding. This is more than borne out by your presentation Although I'm in total admiration, I don't envy your task of maintaining the condition and presentation of your collection.
Enjoy repairing great audio of the past and present your site is off
great value certainly appreciate your time and effort hopefully many
young men and women will also check it out and continue a great hobby
or great occupation will help many solve problems with their
restorations in the future . Thanks and Merry Christmas from Canada
Firstly I would like to thank you for a superb web page, a black hole that I have spent many an hour drooling over old memories.
I have enjoyed viewing your site as it is more readable than other technical orientated sites.
A great collection there. Whilst I have restored quite a few old sets to good working order in the past back when AM listening was still viable I am less enthusiastic nowadays about reviving radios that will see little use (apart from perhaps cricket fans).