[AMRadio] Heathkit Daystom in England

Nick England nick at 3rdtech.com
Sat Feb 28 09:50:05 EST 2009

They had a factory and produced some of their own designs (mainly hi-fi I 
believe) and some based on Heath originals - e.g. they made a general 
coverage version of the American HR-10 receiver.
The DX-100U and DX-40U really only differ in the power supply, I believe, 
but I have never seen one up close and personal.
Here's an interesting web site http://www.heathkit.org.uk/index.html
Nick K4NYW in NC

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "CL in NC" <mjcal77 at yahoo.com>
To: "AM radio" <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Saturday, February 28, 2009 7:21 AM
Subject: [AMRadio] Heathkit Daystom in England

> Does anybody know if Heathkit Daystom and Heath products sold in England, 
> were actually 'kit-i-fied' in England?  I have a DX100 coming eventually, 
> and the only on line book I could find online now was for a DX100U, by 
> Heath Daystom of England.  Reading through it, has all English 
> terminology, valve for tube, tag for tube socket pin, etc., and all the 
> hardware is in British sizes, like 4BA instead of 4-40.  Did Heath do a 
> great job of making exportable gear, or was there a mirror subsidiary in G 
> land?
> Charlie, W4MEC in NC
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