Wright's Aerials

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This Doncaster Free Press advert cost £3 per week. It brought in plenty of work, especially VHF radio aerials. At the time every hi-fi enthusiast seemed to need a large external VHF-FM aerial, and the more shiny and elaborate it was the better. Some imported tuners had 300Ω balanced aerial terminals only, and for a while it was standard practice to use 300Ω ribbon feeder, beastly stuff to fix in a tidy manner. Eventually 'baluns' were introduced. These interfaced 75Ω unbalanced co-ax with the 300Ω balanced tuner input.

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