Japanese portable cassette tape recorder. Dimensions 180
x 103 x 50 mm with no protruding parts. Weight 850
grams. Dining 6 v, four AA batteries, or battery 4,8 v.
It is a quality machine, which could easily be used as a
reporter's tape recorder. Made it probably in the late
60's or early 70-ies. Besides the basic functions of an
onboard electret microphone, tape counter, the tiny
turnout power indicator - the recording level, and
switch to a temporary pause. Button "CUE", which has no
latch on while pressing cancels included a "standstill".
There is also a headphone output, inputs for connecting
an external microphone with remote control, and a
connector for a network adapter. Batteries are installed
in a removable cassette that can replace food in
seconds. The battery is the same cassette with four
batteries of 1,2 v. Circuit collected on M5106P chip and
7 transistors, 3 of which are used in the stabilizer
speed of the engine. Kinematics made soundly, Basically
from metal parts. This metal drum is connected to the
engine belt, and further work the system of rollers.
Second belt used for tape counter. Speaker quality,
and the sound of the apparatus is quite decent. For the
convenience of wearing the side is beautiful and
comfortable leather strap. Pouch leatherette and
beautiful, made carefully and with taste. In general,
the recorder makes a very good impression, as the
appearance and quality of work.
device was bought in working condition, complete
with holster, battery, 2 cartridges for battery and AC
can be enlarged