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LPB “Monogram” model S-23 5-channel monaural broadcast console - $100 (West Chester)

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Now, with the preliminaries out of the way, for your consideration:

LPB (the company name was “Low Power Broadcasting”, formerly located in Frazer, PA) “Monogram” series model S-23 5-channel MONAURAL mixing/broadcast console, circa 1979, typical of what might have been used in a small, independent FM broadcast station prior to 1983 (prior to 1983, independent FM broadcast stations were issued licenses for 10-watt monaural operation; after 1983, licenses for independent FM broadcast stations provided for 125-watt stereo operation), excellent overall cosmetic condition, appears to be complete/and unmolested inside, from a recent amateur radio estate purchase, this item is UNTESTED, $100.

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What is particularly interesting about the modest-sized “footprint” of this small monaural broadcast console is that it would make this console ideal for use in an amateur radio station (for the amateur radio operator who prefers such things).

Many broadcast consoles from this era (late-1970s/early 1980s) include 8-channel mixers —and have simply too big a “footprint” to be practical for use in the majority of amateur radio station operating locations (Bless those amateur radio operators for whom limitations upon the space available is never a concern!).

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Overall dimensions:

Width at the base (left to right in Photo #1): 18 inches

Depth at the base (front to back in Photo #1): 16 inches

The top surface of this console has the same width as the width at the base —18 inches —but is only 12 1/2 inches deep at the top surface (front to back in Photo #1) due to the slope of the console front panel.

Height: 8 1/4 inches
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