Glenn enjoys collecting amazing vintage items as a fun and educational way to relive the joys of the past. Vintage electronics are amazing.
Guy Williams looking Good on the Panasonic Silverlake Television, TR-339R TV
The 1969 Panasonic Televisions, It is all here in Black and White
You may not be able to get what you want on television, but you can get what you want in it. If you get a Panasonic. Because in 1969 Panasonic give you more sets to choose from than anyone else.
Original Operating Instructions for TV Panasonic Solid State Model TR-339RN
The Options in the line of 1969 Panasonic Televisions was Amazing
In screen sizes starting as small as one and a half inches (measured diagonally) and doing all the way up. In all kinds of combinations. Some with FM/AM radios. Some with clocks that put Panasonic television sets to sleep after TV puts you to sleep. Others with clocks that wake you up.
1969 Panasonic Silverlake TR-339R TV & AM FM Radio, Playing Lost in Space
Magic Tuning in the 1969 Line of Panasonic Televisions
Even portable televisions with batteries inside so you can take them anywhere with all kinds of features. Like Set-and-Forget tuning so you can adjust sound and picture once and then get it that way every time. And Speed-o-Vision so you can see everything as soon as you turn the set on.
Parts Identification on the Panasonic Transistor Television Model TR-339RN
Panasonic in 1969, the Last Great line of Black and White Solid States Televisions
In the 1969 Panasonic models the speakers did so much for the sound as their reinforced picture tubes did for the video. All finds of automatic circuits. The works, so if you wanted to get in a television set total reliability, it is simple as black and white. Many folks went to dealers carrying the Panasonic line and it was there, the last great line of black and white solid states televisions.
Playing Lost in Space, 0n the 1969 Panasonic Silverlake TR-339R TV & AM FM Radio
Power Source Identification on the Panasonic Transistor Television Model TR-339RN
The 1969 Line up of Amazing Panasonic Televisions
The TR-3339R operates form house current (110 V to 125 V AC 60 Hz)
The TR-3339R operates form house current (110 V to 125 V AC 60 Hz) Snap-on Battery TY-700P, or a boat and automobile battery (12 volts). To use house current insert the 6-hole plug of the AC power cord into the AC socket located on the rear of the set. Plug the other end into any standard house current outlet. 110 V to 125 V 60 Hz, and switch the TV set on … Caution never plug the receiver into an AC outlet which has a voltage higher than 125 volts. To do so may damage the TV set. A voltage source of less than 110 volts may cause a small and dark picture.
The Back Side of the Panasonic Television, Proudly shows the Solid State Model TR-339RN.
Antennas are Explained on Page Four and Five of the Panasonic Operating Instructions
Doctor Smith up to his Usual Tricks on the Panasonic Solid State Model TR-339RN Television
VHF Reception and UHF Reception for the Panasonic Solid State Model TR-339RN Television
The Huge Alien Space Ship shows up Nice a Clear on the Panasonic Solid State Model TR-339RN Television
The 1969 Panasonic TR-339RN had Great full Page Ads in all the Major Publications
Will, Judy, Major West, Maureen and John all looking Great on the Panasonic Television
Operating Controls on the Panasonic Solid State Model TR-339RN Television
This Photo shows the Six Prongs for the Six Plug Power Cord of the TR-339RN Television
Page Six of the Operating Controls Manual for the Panasonic Television is Full of Information
Professor John Robinson and Major Don West Looking at the Huge Alien Space Ship
Information about the Radio is found on Page Seven of the Panasonic TR-339RN Manual
Tim O'Connor as Major Clint Anderson on the Panasonic in Moonstone, The Outer Limits
Moonstone, The Outer Limits on the 1969 Panasonic Silverlake TR-339R Television
Secondary Controls Should be handled by a Qualified Service Personnel
Vertical Height, Vertical linearity, adjust these two controls simultaneously for proper vertical size consistent with good vertical linearity. Horizontal width, adjust theses control for the proper horizontal size. Focus, adjust focus for the sharpest clearest picture. AGC (Automatic Gain Control) This control is pre-set for "normal" reception. Only if nacessary, readjust, should the picture have a tendency to pull horizontally, or tend to "Roll" vertically; also if excessive audio buzz is present.