The 310 series were Scotts' top-of-the-line tuner models.
All previous 310 models required an outboard multiplex adapter for stereo operation. The 4310 was made for only one year, 1963, and is the most sought after Scott tuner, with used prices in the 00 to 00 range.When you consider it was listed for 0 in 1963, which in 1987 dollars is about 75, it has just about held its value.Early versions had "red plastic dial pointers" featured I/O-"loop" jacks for optional outboard noise suppressor used wide "C" Case/chassis Similar to 330-B Addition of two 12AX7's used in monophonic preamp section accommodating: Phono (Mag 1/2), Tape and TV (mono) inputs, Concentric Bass and Treble tone controls, Loudness compensator.featured I/O-"loop" jacks for optional outboard noise suppressor used wide "C" Case/chassis Similar to 330-C Addition of two 12AX7's used in monophonic preamp section accommodating: Phono (Mag 1/2), Tape and TV (mono) inputs, Concentric Bass and Treble tone controls, Loudness compensator.The top end is very good, unlike many tuners of the l959, some of which had as much as 6 db top end roll-off at 15KHZ.
Cymbals retain their sizzle, and flutes still have their air over the 310C.
No support for Simulcast, as in 330/331 series, Common AM/FM tuning gang/front-end, MPX output wide "C" case/chassis 1st Scott AM/FM Tuner, Reception of Simulcast (AM-Left/FM-Right) Broadcasts, (separate front-ends) early versions had red plastic dial pointers, three-way AM Selectivity settings (Wide-Range AM), Introduced the wide, "C" Case/chassis format, later featured on the 299 family.
Reception of Simulcast (AM-Left/FM-Right) Broadcasts, (separate front-ends) Silver-Plated (Modular) Front End Introduced, three AM Selectivity settings, used wide "C" Case/chassis. Improved Simulcast switching functions, "Stereo" phase reversal switch added, front panel updated, the 330-D was phased out with introduction of the 333 which added true MPX-Stereo.
Offered here for sale is the circa 1963 Scott 350C multiplex all tube stereo FM tuner. These units are geting harder to find and this one is special and very nice and works perfectly.
He replaced all the glass diodes and did an alignment. I paid 0.00 for the custom wood case..really adds a special richness to this very nice design.
1st Scott Wide-band AM/FM Tuner to incorporate "Slide-Rule" Tuning Dial, 6BR5 (EM80) Tuning eye, very similar to 320: but without front panel level control and multiplex adaptor switching,: Common AM/FM tuning gang/front-end, (only Scott AM/FM design to use sidewinder mounted tuning gang) No support for Simulcast, as in 330/331 series; external AM antenna (no rod), MPX output wide "C" case/chassis While the 300/320-series were never very popular, the basic common AM/FM tuning gang design was sensitive enough to resurface in the very respectable Type 355 and 380 receivers.