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Military speaker/mircrophone radio?


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Does it have any labels left ? Usually an NSN, ZA or FV number will give a route to documentation.


I agree with Chris that it looks more like a public address or intercom than a radio. The connectors look more like Pye 1960s commercial ones than either Larkspur or Clansman (the Pye commercial sets of the Bantam and Westminster family and the later FM900 series were heavily used in civil defence and Northern Ireland so that does not exclude a military origin) - if you can unplug one of the leads and photograph the pins and socket it would be more of a clue.





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