Concord F-85 Sound Camera.
Made in Japan in 1966. Dimensions 190 x 130 x 60 mm.
Works of 6 v, four C batteries. Weight 1 kg. In
contrast to the model F-20, is already present portable
tape recorder. The picture spoils only the absence of
fast forward. Belt speed is stabilized. Coil diameter 63
mm (2.5 inches) can hold the tape at 30 minutes of work. There is a connector for AC power. In the rear of the
hull is the battery compartment for four batteries C. On
the front face panel there are 4 control buttons, volume
control, and connectors for the microphone control.
There also is a neon indicator lamp power, which also
serves as indicator record. Depending on the level of
the signal varies the brightness of its glow. The
speaker is located in the bottom of the hull, and for
comfortable listening is throwing metal stand that
supports the apparatus at an angle of 45 degrees.
Circuit collected at 5 transistors, but the cost of the
amplifier does not look too simple. In particular, it
has three transformers and coil in a ferrite body.
Electrical circuit in the presence Unfortunately no, but
I assume that the coil is a detail of the generator
erasure. Universal head in the full sense universal,
since in one case collected 2 heads, versatile and
washable. Kinematics not complicated, but their
functions are carried out properly. The engine is
located horizontally, and the movement of it is
transmitted directly to the rubberized flywheel, whose
axis is capstan. Flywheel mass is connected to a node
reel table winding. Total construction tape very
successful. All is well configured and easy, and it
works pretty well, too.
In order to bring the machine in working
condition required replacement Belts. When buying a kit
including the original packing box, a microphone with
remote control, user manual, and several other papers,
such as a certificate, warranty, and something else.
Manual Concord F-85