On 1st July, 1967, BBC2 launched Europe’s first colour service with the Wimbledon tennis championships. This was broadcast using the Phase Alternating Line (PAL) system, which was based on the work of the German television engineer Walter Bruch. PAL was based on NTSC but much improved, NTSC was dubbed “never twice the same colour".
When restoring a Vintage Radio or Television you really should have the service manual and or schematic to hand. We have a vast physical library of trade data including stock faults all accumulated from many sources, mainly closed Radio & Television Shops.
Enjoy the recollections of many ex service engineers. Behind the counter - "Tales from the trade" brings all their stories of daring do, last minute fixes on Christmas Eve, awkward cutomers, fruity customers or just plain moments of inspiration. Come in and read the articles, be there as if looking over their shoulders and re-live the the golden age of the TV/Radio repair engineer.
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