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Aiwa TP-30

Aiwa TP-60R

Answer ATR-102

Apolec RA-11

Apollo

Assmann TS 10

Concord F-20

Concord F-85

Crown CTD-2200

Dictaphone Dictet

Dictaphone 4250

Dictaphone model 848

Dictaphone "OMEGA"

Dokorder PT-4H

EDI model M-75B

Edison Envoy Model 1

Electron 52D

Electronica M-401S

Electronica M-402S

Electronica M327

Emerson Wondergram

Encorder

Fanon-Masco FTR-2

Fi-Cord 1A

Fi-Cord 101S

Fi-Cord 303

Fi-Cord 300A

Gray Audograph D6

Grundig EN3 Luxus

Grundig DeJur Versatile III

Grundig Stenorette 2000

Globe-Corder GT-101

IBM 224 Dictating Unit

Juliette LT-44

Lanier VIP/C

Lloyd's 8 track player

Mayfair-1602

Memocord K60

Memocord mini K177

Mezon

Miny

Minifon Mi51

Minifon Attache

Minifon Attache-Speaker

Minifon Hi-Fi

Minifon Liliput

Minifon Protona Special

Minifon P55 "Plexi"

Minifon P55 L (1957)

Minifon P55 L (1960)

Minifon P55-Speaker

Mohawk Midgetape 44

Mohawk Midgetape 300

Mohawk Midgetape 400

Monacor

Mriya

National RQ-8100

Norelco LFH 0085/54

Norelco LFH 0095

Olympus Pearlcorder L200

Panasonic RQ-115

Panasonic RQ-212DKS

Panasonic RQ-SX56

Panasonic RQ-SX97F

Philips EL 3302

Phono TRIX 88

Playtape 1200

Pocket Corder MC-2

Reporter 5

Ross Mark-55

Sanyo Micro-Pack 35

Sanyo M2580K

Sony BM-17 Dictator

Sony TC-5

Sound Machine "Hokie Pokie"

SoundScriber

SoundScriber 200

SoundScriber 200 B

Sputnik 401

Spy Tape Recorder

Steelman Transitape

Stenotape TR-711

Stuzzi Memocord 304 B

Tefifon Holiday BK-59

Telefunken 600

Telmar T-100

Tinico

Vesna-309

-1 (Yacht)/i-1

Accessories

 

Televisions, video

Akai VT-150

Akai VC-150

Electronica-501-video

Electronica-video VMP-1

Electronica-508M-video

Electronica-841

Electronica L1-08

Panasonic TR-1030P

Sony AV-3400

Sony AVC-3400

Sony SL-F1E & TT-F1E

Sony Watchman FD-30A

Sony Watchman FD-40A

 

Tube radios

Emerson 508

Motorola 56L2

RCA Victor 54B2

RCA Victor BP-10

Sterling LS-4

Tourist PMP-56

United Deluxe RN-5

 

NEW

EDI model M-75B

Mriya

-1 (Yacht)/i-1

Tube stereo cassette player

Tube Microcassette recorder

Tube "Electron 52D"

 

Other rarities

Detective Dictograph

FED-5v

Krasnogorsk-2

Motorola M75

Pentacon six TL

Tube Tester I-177

Viliya-Auto

V/A - Meters

First transistors USSR

 

My works

Tube stereo cassette player

Tube Microcassette recorder

Tube "Electron 52D"

 

 

 

 

 

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Microphone with clip and an external speaker - microphone for wire recorder Minifon P55. The diameter of the connector 5 mm. They were produced from 1955 to 1960 in Germany.

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Microphone, also known as the external speaker, the voice recorder Dictaphone Dictet. Produced in 50 - 60-ies in SSCHA. There is a lock switch on. Without a microphone recorder is not included. Connector pyatishtyrkovy. Microphones also issued with a button remote control, which was provided for the inclusion of a chain lock.

 

Such microphones in different versions were widely used with portable recorders 60-ies. Dynamic microphone has a switch to remotely activate and additional connector. Cover for microphone was supplied to the recorder Juliette LT-44.

 

 

The original cassette tape to a series of Mohawk Midgetape. These recorders were made in 50 - 60-ies, and were considered the first portable tape recorders Battery. Case cassettes metal. Coils located one above the other. Use tape width 1/4 inches. Dimensions 87 x 80 x 20 mm. Weight 200 g. They were made tapes of 1 and 1.5 hours of recording. In 50-ies such a tape recording for 1 hour cost $ 11.50, and at 1.5 hours of recording - $ 13.50.

 

Tape to tape recorder Grundig DeJur Versatile III. Performed in 60-ies in Germany. Dimensions 133 x 60 x 15 mm. Coil diameter 46 mm (1.8 inches) can hold the tape width ¼ inch by 20 minutes of recording.

 

 Cassette tape recorder to Dictaphone Dictet Recorder. Produced in the United States by "Dictaphone corp. New York "in the second half of the 50-ies. Dimensions 143 x 79 x 11 mm. Weight 160 g. body cassettes metal, cast aluminum, which are located inside the coil with tape, and metal. Belt width ¼ inch. On one side of the tape can be done 30 minutes of recording at a speed of 6.3 cm / sec. Worth it at the time $ 8.75.

 

Tape to tape Sanyo Micro-Pack 35, Channel Master 6546, and Westinghouse, which were produced in 60-ies in Japan. Coils in the cassette are located one above the other, and have a rubber coating on the sides facing each other. When the cassette is inserted into a tape recorder, the motor shaft is between them and the other rotates the coil to which it is pressed at the moment. Dimensions tape 74 x 67 x 28 mm, belt width ¼ inch.

 

 Coils with a wire to the recorder series Minifon Protona. We used wire thickness 0,05 and 0,038 mm. At the coil diameter of 44 mm fit wire (0.038 mm) for 5 hours, at a speed of 23 cm / sec. Sales were coil, calculated at different times of recording, from 1 to 5 hours, with different amounts of wire. They were produced in 50 - 60-ies in Germany.

 

Block heads to the wire recorders Minifon Protona Special and Minifon P55

 

Pico-cassette recorder to Dictaphone Model 4250. Manufactured in Japan since 1985. Dimensions 36 x 25 x 4,5 mm. Band width of about 2 mm. The recording time on one side - 30 minutes at a speed of 0.9 cm / sec.

 

New, unused reel magnetic tape in the box, the production company "Western-Chicago Corporation", USA. 5 inch diameter reel. The exact date of manufacture is not known, but that is probably 50-ies. The box is marked W/C-1951.

 

Accessories for portable tape recorder to the Japanese 60-ies, Globe-Corder GT-101. Leather carrying case, strap, connection cable, headset, and unused sealed battery 9 v. Battery and tape made by "Global Mfg. Co. ".

 

 

New, unused spools of tape in the original plastic box to a portable tape recorder to the Japanese Telmar T-100. Coil diameter 47 mm (1.8 inches) can hold the tape for 40 minutes of recording. Produced in the 60's.

 

 

 Module output amplifier with the speaker "Transistorized power amplifier 402, a portable tape recorder Mohawk Midgetape models 300 and 400. Produced in 50 - 60-ies in the United States by "Mohawk business machines corp. Brooklyn 33. N.Y. "

 

Battery T50, produce special for portable tape recorders Mohawk Midgetape models 300 and 400. Markings voltage and polarity are absent. Likely voltage - 10,5 v. Dimensions 63 x 58 x 45 mm, weight 380 g. were produced in 50 - 60-ies in the United States.

 

 

Mercury Batteries Mallory Duracell type ZM-9 (AA). Voltage 1,4 v. Made in the USA. Production of mercury batteries has long ceased, but earlier on energy, they were analogous to modern alkaline batteries. Date of manufacture, unfortunately absent.

 

Alkaline batteries 80-ies such as C.

 

Dynamic Microphone "Oktava MD-47". Made in 1971 in the USSR. While such microphones were almost in every house. It consists of a dynamic capsule and transformer. The resistance of the secondary winding of 920 ohms. The design of reliable, high quality assembly.

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