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My landlord asked me to clean out the basement of our home and he told me I can keep what I want. I found a bunch of equipment on shelves which I believe to be AM broadcast equipment and tubes. I'm insure of it's operating status. But I'm wondering if anyone can tell me what it is and how much it may be worth?



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old test equipment. setup an ebay auction and let someone discover it.maybe its something are although the novelty of hauling around 30 pound test sets went away the same way as the 1 MB RAM computer
 

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Looks to be in rough shape. Some of it looks to be analog video test gear but not certain - never seen most of it before.
But the last picture is a really nice looking milivolt meter. Very display-ish quality.
 
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The 19" rack equipment needs some air in a can and a good clean up. I never powered it on in my house because my wife would kill me if anything circuits blow. It's good for display at this point, I got it for free and am probably going to make a display project out if it. It has tags on it that say "Raytheon corp" from 1961. So it absolutely makes for good display items.


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