# Vibrator - 4 Pin, for automobile radio

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 SKU: P-V1015X Item ID: 005624
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New manufacture solid-state replacement 4 pin vibrators. These replace our old line of solid state vibrators. 1-½ dia. x 2-¾" high aluminum can. Replace your buffer capacitor when you replace your vibrator!

#### Base Diagram:

Part Numbers
Ground / VoltageOur Part NumberUPC/EAN
Negative, 6 VoltP-V1015N609722156097
Positive, 6 VoltP-V1015P609722156103
Negative, 12 VoltP-V2015N609722156127
Positive, 12 VoltP-V2015P609722156134
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## Product Reviews

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4.29 out of 5 based on 14 reviews

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5
5 out of 5

This 6v Vibrator works just like factory part and is solid state component. I have used these for a few years now and have never had one fail yet. There is also a solid state oz4 rectifier but can't find it in Antique Electronic Supply component list.

- April 21st, 2020
5
5 out of 5

This product solved my 6V neg ground vib problem. It might have been useful if supplied with
a pinout drawing. That because the radio had an odd pinout and I had to change the socket to
plug in a standard vib. The old radio drawings are very weak in vib pinouts. As a secondary item,
I coud not find the socket for it at your store, found one elsewhere.

- March 11th, 2020
5
5 out of 5

Have used these in several different radios and have always worked fine.

- February 29th, 2020
5
5 out of 5

Works great...has some hash noise while running but you can add filters to dampen it.

- February 1st, 2020
5
5 out of 5

These vibrators work great and are quieter than the originals.

- January 23rd, 2020
5
5 out of 5

The new Vibrator was installed in a 1953 delco 6 volt radio , I am impressed with how well it works , will buy again on the next radio

- January 12th, 2020
4
4 out of 5

This solid-state 'vibrator' has been fitted to the original (overhauled) radio in a 1949 Buick Roadmaster, here in the UK. It works fine, though an earlier one I ordered failed after several months use.

- July 27th, 2019
1
1 out of 5

This will only work in your car radio, if the radio happens to have the same pin spacing as this vibrator. Pin spacing was not universal in radios. Antique Electronic Supply should supply info on the pin spacing so that you don't waste your money.

- November 7th, 2018
4
4 out of 5

- November 19th, 2017
5
5 out of 5

They are a fairly good replacement but I do have a problem with them. It seems that they don't perform well unless the supply voltage is well over 6 volts. In a typical setup, the car's voltage will go to about 7.5 volts when it is running and charging. The vibrator works well under these conditions. However when the voltage is around 6 volts or slightly less, it doesn't seem to work.

- September 7th, 2015