VE 301 G
- "People's Receiver" (Volks-Empfänger)
powered by DC networks. Long Wave (LW) and Middle Wave (MW)
broadcast bands. Wooden cabinet. 8-pin side-wall connector
for plug-in accessories. Could be used to listen to
HF-Drahtfunk in Long Wave band.
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first three of the "People's Receivers" introduced in 1933
were VE 301 W, VE 301 G and VE 301 B.
All of them were regenerative receivers with a single tuned circuit.
By law VE 301 had to be sold at the fixed price of 76 RM (Reichsmark)
for VE 301 W and VE 301 G or at 65 RM for
battery version VE 301 B.
1933-1938 VE 301 receivers were the cheapest in Germany. The VE
301 G was manufactured by AEG, Braun, Blaupunkt, Brandt,
DeTeWe, Emud, Graetz, Grassmann, Hagenuk, Koch & Sterzel, Körting,
Lange, Loewe, Lorenz, Lumophon, Mende, Nora, Owin, Philips, Reico,
Saba, Sachsenwerk, Schaleco, Schaub, Seibt, Siemens, Stassfurt,
Tefag, TeKaDe, Telefunken, Valvo, Wega (all from Germany), Eumig,
Hornyphon, Ingelen, Kapsch, Minerva, Radione, Zerdik (all from
Austria). Manufacturer's name could be found only at the rear wall
of a VE 301 receiver.