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  2. Western Electric was established in 1869. It was re-established in 1996 for the exclusive manufacture of electron tubes and high fidelity. Woven into our story of American manufacturing is the story of sound itself. From the earliest glow of the vacuum tube to the advent of hi-fi, we make stunning experiences for listeners worldwide.

  3. Western Electric - Wikipedia

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    The Western Electric Company was an American electrical engineering and manufacturing company officially founded in 1869. A wholly owned subsidiary of American Telephone & Telegraph for most of its lifespan, it served as the primary equipment manufacturer, supplier, and purchasing agent for the Bell System from 1881 to 1984 when it was dismantled.

  4. In 1938, Western Electric manufactured the first type 300B electron tube. It was a breakthrough power triode, but in those days it hummed away from behind a curtain in early Hollywood sound systems. The same things that served moviegoers back then—low noise, ultra-long life, sonic purity and warmth—made it a standout tube for music lovers and vintage audio collectors as the years passed.

  5. Western Electric Company Inc. | American company | Britannica

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    Western Electric Company Inc., American telecommunications manufacturer that throughout most of its history was under the control of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company . It was the major manufacturer of a broad range of telephone equipment: telephones, wires and cables, electronic devices and circuits , power equipment, transmission systems, communications satellites , and so on.

  6. Western Cooperative Electric 635 S. 13th St. P.O. Box 278 WaKeeney, KS 67672. Outages: 800-456-6720 Office: 785-743-5561

  7. Hawthorne Works - Wikipedia

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    The Hawthorne Works produced a large output of telephone equipment. In addition, Western Electric produced a wide variety of consumer products and electrical equipment, such as refrigerators. The works employed up to 45,000 employees at the height of operations. Workers regularly used bicycles for transit within the plant.

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  9. Amid supply crunch, Western Electric publicly floats ...

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    Western Electric's 300B vacuum tube (Image credit: Western Electric) Now, it's worth pointing out that the already-existing Western Electric 300B tube is a boutique, high-grade part of the highest degree. A single 300B will set you back $699, while a matched pair rings (opens in new tab) up at an eye-watering $1,499. A four-pack of the tubes, meanwhile, goes for $3,099.

  10. North Western Electric Cooperative receives modernization ...

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    North Western Electric Cooperative, based in Bryan, is one of two electric cooperatives set to receive a combined $26.5 million in loans from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to improve and expand their grids. The second coop is located in North Baltimore, near Findlay. Thank you for reading!

  11. WESTERN ELECTRIC - Catlogs and manuals Western Electric ...

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    Western Electric was the division of AT&T which designed and manufactured most of the phone giant's equipment. Among Western Electric's products was broadcast equipment. Here is a selection of manuals, catalogs and sales literature Manufacturers with their own pages for gear and manuals All Other Catalogs Western Electric History