Pocket Corder Sanyo MC-2.
Japanese portable recorder 60-ies. Also manufactured
under the name "Channel Master Small Talk 6473" and "Craig
TR-408". In size and characteristics can be compared
with AIWA TP-60R, but inferior to him in appearance and
developmental work of the design. Dimensions 140 x 90 x
54 (without protruding parts). Weight 800 g. Used the
reel for a tape with a diameter of 63 mm (2.5 inches).
Kinematics is very simple. Traffic on rubber reel tables transferred from a vertically located
between the motor. Depending on the inclination of the
engine, its shaft about one of the reel tables, and
carried the movement forward, or rewind. Mode control is
carried out using the slide switch located on the two
side surfaces of the shell. The shell itself is made
solidly, the basis of its cast, aluminum alloy. On the
front side of the case has 3 connectors (3,5 mm) for the
headphone and microphone with remote control. Wiring for
4 transistors (2 x 2SB186, 2 x 2SB187) provides a
sufficiently loud playback on built-in speaker, which is
located in the bottom of the hull. Rather than erase
head is used a permanent magnet. There are also volume
and speed of rotation of the engine. Dining - 6 v, four
batteries. The battery compartment is made in the form
of cassettes extendable from the rear of the hull, and
has a locking mechanism. In general, the recorder though
simple, but quite suitable for dictation of text. Its
analog "Craig TR-408" in an advertising brochure and
called, electronic notepad. The device was bought in working condition.
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Instructions for a similar model "Channel
Master", found on the Internet.