Here are some pictures of a Philco "Lazy Boy" radio and external speaker. This was introduced in 1933 and only 3650 were made. It uses the model 14 superheterodyne Philco chassis. The station dial is backlit and is magnified on the display, pretty cool. There is an original 'ribbon cable' that connects the radio and speaker. This allows the user to conceal the chord under the rug between the two units. Again, pretty cool. A person can set the radio next to their favorite chair and turn on and adjust the radio and the sound comes from across the room. An early form of 'remote control'!

See the pictures below.