National Broadcast museum

The National Radio Museum displays early broadcasting equipment and different sized vacuum tubes. It has an impressive collection of old record players, voice recorders and even old vinyls. This is interesting to see not only for professionals and collectors, but for anybody who can appreciate antique aesthetics.  It boasts the world’s only remaining MB-15A model 100kw antique mediumwave transmitter. Bullet marks from US attacks during the war are still visible on the transmitter, striking evidence of the building’s past. Very helpful and competent staff, ask for a guided tour if possible.

No. 74, Minchuan Rd., Minhsiung Township, Chiayi County, Taiwan(ROC)

+886-5-226-2016

http://english.rti.org.tw/default.aspx

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