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Fi-Cord 300A

   

   

 

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     Fi-Cord 300A.   Portable reel recorder company "Fidelity Recording", Switzerland. Made in the mid 60-ies. Dimensions 160 x 84 x 41 mm. Weight 750 g. Power supply 4,5 v, three AA batteries. Coils with a diameter of 5 cm (2 inches) can hold the tape in 48 minutes of recording (2 tracks and 24 minutes). That is, after writing on one side, you can turn the reel, and continue recording on another. In a similar model Fi-Cord 303 set head, making entry to the entire width of the film, so that the coil can be written only one track 24 min. Externally Fi-Cord 300A does not differ from the Fi-Cord 303 (read the description of the Fi-Cord 303). Kinematics also no different, and electronics differs significantly. In addition to the head, allowing recording to two tracks, in this model uses more complex electronics. The amplifier is assembled into 8-type transistors, AC131, AC186, DC172 (in the Fi-Cord 303 to six, and other types). Recall that in the earlier models Fi-Cord 101 amplifier was assembled only three transistors. Also in the construction of Fi-Cord 300A has two functions that are absent in the model of Fi-Cord 303. This light indicating battery level and microphone sensitivity switch, a built-in and external. The lamp is located next to the tape counter, and the switch next to the connector for connecting external devices. Both of these features may be present in the model Fi-Cord 303A (only with the letter A). Also in all models 300 and 303 there is an auto-stop with an tone signal.
     The device was bought in complete with a leather bag, original operating instructions, and a specification. Also included were a few cards to mark the recording. These cards are inserted under a special spring, and they can make notes. Interestingly, at the bottom of the shell remained intact branded stickers covering the fasteners.

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Metallized coating on the magnetic tape closes two contacts - the guide rollers. The engine stops and a loud tone signal

In the photos below, the design of the reeling unit

Bag of leatherette, paper cards, and head cleansers

Manual recorders Fi-Cord 300 and Fi-Cord 303

 

Price Fi-Cord 300 and Fi-Cord 303

 

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