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    Hans, thanks for the clear response. So all I need to do now is wait for the correct decoder to show up. But this could take a long time? If I look at the schematics for E14 types and E16 types, they are very similar. The 38kHz doubler is different - on EI14 T2 is just a tuned amplifier with fixed biasing and the output rectifier is ground referenced. On EI 16 the rectifier is biased slightly positive through R13 and there is an overall level control from Gr11 to the base of T2 via R9. E16 also …

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    To be complete, here are some photos of the front. Kevin.

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    Its a different chassis. Please find attached some photos. The schematic covers: Dorchester 16 (my model) Excelsior 16 2560US (for US market) FM is setup for 50us de-emphasis, as you would expect as the unit lives in the UK. There is a 9pin socket for the decoder with the bypass plug installed and no decoder. many thanks, Kevin. PS we're still in the Eu, and if I had my way we would stay in..

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    Hello, and Guten Tag, I have a SABA Dorchester 16 radiogram (musiktruhe) which I have restored to working order. It has no stereo decoder and I am looking to find one. I wanted to ask which decoders will work with my radio chassis. There is an EI14 (14/I) decoder available and I have also looked at the EI 16 decoders on radiomuseum.orgThey seem similar although the signal levels in the schematics are different. Can I fit the EI14 to my dorchester or will the gain be wrong? The pinout and power s…