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 Intercom found at Saint Vincent De Paul's

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PostSubject: Intercom found at Saint Vincent De Paul's   Intercom found at Saint Vincent De Paul's Icon_minitimeMarch 12th 2011, 9:35 am

Four cases with speakers, They are part of a Heathkit Intercom system. I thought at $1.50 each It was a bargain I couldn't pass up. I have one master with the top cover missing, and 3 remotes. Funny thing is there is just a speaker in the remotes, no electronics. In the master however there is an added power supply that was optional, (normally I guess the whole system runs on batteries) I also received the booklets for assembly.

I don't know if Ill Keep everything intact or just salvage it for the speakers?

I also saw a trutone intercom system at Goodwill but they wanted $4.50 for each station, so I passed on that but now I having regrets of not getting that also. Mad Those I believe were wall mounted wireless.

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PostSubject: Intercoms   Intercom found at Saint Vincent De Paul's Icon_minitimeMarch 15th 2011, 11:03 am

Sounds like a good deal you found. I had an old set of Knight kit intercoms a few years ago I picked up at an auction. They where tube type and where wired connection to the remote. Still worked and not to bad. Sold them at a radio meet sometime later.
I use to sell the Talk-a-phone series back in the 70's for an electronic jobber I worked for. Had several good accounts that bought them and never had the first trouble.
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