HISTORIC TRANSISTOR HOBBYIST SUPPLIES!
Supplies for the Transistor Historian and Kit Builder.
Only from the TransistorMuseum™
The 2N109 was one of the first
transistors to be made available commercially by RCA (in 1955) and was used
extensively in audio output circuitry for many of the first transistors,
including those from RCA. The 2N109
was also used in the Fisher model TR-1 Preamp, introduced in 1957 as the
first “All-Transistor Hi-Fi” product.
The 2N406 followed shortly and was designed for use in audio preamp
circuitry, again in transistor radios.
Both these transistor types were extremely popular and were
manufactured and sold for over a decade by RCA for all types of audio
Your 2N109 and 2N406 Transistor
Order Will be Supplied in the Storage/Display Envelope Shown Above, which
Includes an Insert with Historical Description and Schematic.
RCA 2N109 and 2N406 TRANSISTORS
Unique and Historic Germanium
PNP Alloy Junction Transistors
Your TransistorMuseum™ 2N109
and 2N406 Order Will
RCA Germanium PNP Alloy Transistors
Insert Depicting the Historical Importance of this Classic Transistor,
Includes a Schematic and Picture of an Early Transistor Audio Product
(Fisher TR-1 Preamp) and a TransistorMuseum™ Semiconductor Storage
and Display Envelope
$15 per Package
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