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The amateur market was quite different from the commercial-military market and the hams were certainly more affected by the Depression.
They were much more likely to buy a National HRO from a dealer, like Leeds, where the purchase could be made with some money down followed with time payments. Coast Guard was also equipped some of their Cutters with AR-60 (CGR-32-1 and CGR-32-2) receivers.
However, the AR-60 was intended for commercial and military use which required a level of design and construction that would provide the end user with a receiver that would be able to survive harsh environments and operate reliably over long periods of time.
RCA knew the market would have to include shipboard use that meant even more robust construction would be necessary.
This article will show the incredibly robust construction of the AR-60 and will provide performance details (including an alignment procedure) along with confirming (or debunking) all of the myths and rumors about RCA's fabulous AR-60. Rogers, January 2013 In 1935, RCA offered what must have seemed like the ultimate communications receiver.History, Circuit and Construction, Under Chassis Details, AR-60 Model Types, AR-60 Details and Variations, Other AR-60 Info, Where the AR-60 was Used, AR-60 Serial Number Log, Restoration Hints, Alignment Details, AR-60 Receiver Profiles Was RCA's commercial-military receiver, the AR-60, an over-priced, over-built behemoth that produced enough internal noise that it masked all of the weak signals it was tuned to?Or, was it a "cost-no-object" design that was "built-to-order" and was so expensive no one could afford it except for the commercial-military purchasers?All production and test for the AR-60 receivers was under Engineer H. The fact that some wealthy amateurs might be interested in a commercial high frequency receiver was explored by placing an ad in QST.RCA did advertise the AR-60 in a few ham radio magazines, with ads like the one from the back cover of the November 1935 issue of QST shown above, but that was the only time in the five years that the AR-60 was available that it was advertised in the ham magazines.
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