I have read from this list that radios from earlier Triumph cars (and others of
that time) have a ground selector to set the radio for operation in pos. or
neg. ground cars.
I have an old Triumph radio (two knobs, 5 push buttons). It is branded Triumph
and has the 'book' logo in the display . The display has a 5 to 16 scale, and
is AM, I assume. It has is no ground selector.
Written on the case:
Is it safe to assume, as there is no alternative ground setting option, that
this radio is for a positive-ground car?
It has three wires. One black, with a bullet connector; two speaker wires Brown
I want to test the radio to see if it works, and if so, find it a good home. It
is in surprisingly good condition, compared to the junk I've seen on ebay.
Can anyone confirm this is positive ground?
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