Audio recorders

Aiwa TP-30

Aiwa TP-60R

Answer ATR-102

Apolec RA-11


Assmann TS 10

Concord F-20

Concord F-85

Crown CTD-2200

Dictaphone Dictet

Dictaphone 4250

Dictaphone model 848

Dictaphone "OMEGA"

Dokorder PT-4H

Edison Envoy Model 1

Electron 52D

Electronica M-401S

Electronica M-402S

Electronica M327

Emerson Wondergram


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 3

Grundig DeJur Execumate

Globe-Corder GT-101

Hokie Pokie

IBM 224 Dictating Unit

Juliette LT-44

Lanier VIP/C

Lloyd's 8 track player


Memocord K60

Memocord mini K177



Minifon Mi51

Minifon Attache

Minifon Attache-Speaker

Minifon Hi-Fi

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


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-55


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





Televisions, video

Akai VT-150

Akai VC-150


Electronica-video VMP-1



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



Sony SL-F1E & TT-F1E

Olympus Pearlcorder L200

Reporter 5


Other rarities

Detective Dictograph



Motorola M75

Pentacon six TL

Tube Tester I-177


V/A - Meters

First transistors USSR




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Telmar T-100




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     Telmar T-100.    Portable reel tape recorder, manufactured in Japan in the 60s. Dimensions 190 x 86 x 47 mm. Dining 6 v, four AA batteries. For recorder so small size, the design is rather complicated. Speed tape stabilized. 15/16 Figures in red square means the rate of 15/16 i.p.s. Circuit collected 8 transistors and two transformers. Five transistors used in the amplifier (2SB257 - 1 pc., 2SB54 - 2 pcs., 2SB56 -2 pcs.), one in the generator (2SB54), and two in the stabilizer speed of the motor. Stabilized rate deserves special attention, because it has a rotating speed sensor. Shaft sensor has a movie, which is constantly pressed to the rubber flywheel. The movement from a horizontal engine is transmitted directly to the rubberized flywheel, and then through the node belt winding. Unfortunately, there is only rewind. If the designers worked hard to implement and fast forward, then a whole apparatus would be simply outstanding. All done very high quality, meticulously, and of good material. Rubber rollers elastic, like a tape recorder, just from the factory. All the mechanics of fully working, and neither of the wear is not noticeable, though, as the case shows that the apparatus used. In the recorder has a built-in speaker diameter of 5 centimeters, and connectors (3,5 mm) for the headphone and microphone with remote control. Erase head is real, and not a permanent magnet, as is often done to simplify the design. The speed of the tape is very small, 2.38 cm / sec, or 15/16 inches per second. Reel diameter 46 mm (1.8 inches) can hold the tape for 40 minutes (one side), and record this gives a rather qualitative. The general impression from the tape very positive. Stabilization of the rate is good, sound quality and loudness is normal, but the film lacks right on to 40 minutes. Design is also quite decent. Identical recorders were also produced under the name Jeco PC-104 and Mitsubishi Memo Pack.

     The device was bought complete with a leather case and three sets of unused rolls of reel in the original plastic box. To bring it to working condition necessary to replace the amplifier input transistor, electrolytic capacitors and rubber belt.


Advertising Telmart-100 in the catalog "McGEE" for 1967.

Identical recorders were also produced under the name Jeco PC-104 and Mitsubishi Memo Pack