The amp in question was sold under several names and may have all used the same or similar design. The amps were sold under these names:
I found this in an online copy of a Radio Shack Catalog.
I designed the Layout of the amp in Autocad 2002. I then printed the drawings at 1:1 and taped them to the drawer.
Center punched and drilled the holes.
Attached all the hardware, switches and pots.
Then soldered in all the components.
There was some problems with hum and it took a couple of days to troubleshoot with help from an Antique Radio Forum.This is the original Schematic.
Here is the Final Schematic.
These are the pics of the finished amp. It still needs labels and better knobs.
Added Isolation power Transformer to prevent accidental electrocution.
Better Audio output transformers.
Power indicator light.
3 prong plug grounded to chassis.
2 Channel input.
Fuses on input and output side of power transformer.
Used shielded cable for all the input wiring up to the 12ax7.
Added a 100uf Capacitor after first filter to reduce ripple by half.
Added a 22uf capacitor off of 125v source to pin 1 of both 35c5's to cancel out hum.
Removed "tone control".
Removed Stereo/Mono switch.
Hum is now down to 20 millivolts and can only be heard with your ears about 6 inches from the speakers.
This is a 1.5 watt per channel max, single ended tube amplifier. It will drive most any speakers just fine, frequency response is approximately 70 to 17000hz Not Hi-Fi, but 99% of the population can't tell. It will not do much in the way of deep bass, but bass is over-rated anyways.