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  • Contact
    that we can add the resource to our Help where to find it page If you have an interesting story about tape recording or own an interesting recorder then please feel free to drop us a line PLEASE don t email us to ask where the nearest place you can go to get your recorder fixed If you can t find it on the Help page then we don t

    Original URL path: http://www.bassboy.com.au/getreel/site/contact.htm (2015-11-27)
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  • Vintage British tape recording magazines
    great old magazines plus some rare US Tape Recording magazines on a single 8GB USB flash drive British publications include Amateur Tape Recorder 74 issues from 1959 to 1967 Tape Recording Magazine 195 issues from 1957 to 1971 The Tape Recorder 121 issues from 1959 to 1969 The Tape Recorder Studio Sound and later just Studio Sound 21 issues from 1970 to 1971 Plus 1956 1965 UK Hi Fi News magazines US publications include Magnetic Film Tape Recording 21 issues from 1953 to 1961 Audio Record Directories 5 issues from 1954 to 1957 A total of 410 magazines on an 8Gb USB flash drive which you can re use once you ve copied the contents to your computer Each issue has between 30 and 60 pages with vintage ads new product and test reports tape recorder related articles and lots more ALL THIS for just 60 plus shipping anywhere in the world THAT S 15 cents an issue The magazines have been assembled in the universal PDF format which can be viewed electronically on almost any device and can even be printed All magazines are 100 complete with front and back covers in colour as well as occasional colour advertisements

    Original URL path: http://www.bassboy.com.au/getreel/tapemags.htm (2015-11-27)
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  • UK cheque payments
    Braddock s Tape Recorder Centre in Blackpool Vintage Contemporary Classics Just Tandberg Vintage Contemorary Classics Combo special 15 00 incl post 15 00 incl post 13 00 incl post 23 00 incl post save 6 50 CLICK HERE to fill

    Original URL path: http://www.bassboy.com.au/getreel/site/ukcheque.htm (2015-11-27)
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  • Paying by cash
    sterling Euros and US dollars We ve had many orders of this nature and to date none have gone astray Disguising your cash inside a birthday or christmas card makes it less conspicuous Please email me with your particulars and

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  • Paying by cash
    then you can simply pay in Australian dollars by cheque or via direct deposit using internet banking Send me an email to find out the most up to date OZ dollar prices and details for payment Postage packing within Australia

    Original URL path: http://www.bassboy.com.au/getreel/site/oz.htm (2015-11-27)
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  • Main Menu
    below to view the CD contents and sample pages FEATURED AMPLIFIERS ARTICLES OF INTEREST CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS TUBE DATA VINTAGE TEST REPORTS OWNER MANUALS ORIGINAL PRODUCT BROCHURES Complete list of amplifiers on the CD PDF document please note this list may

    Original URL path: http://www.bassboy.com.au/getreel/site/classicamps/files/index.htm (2015-11-27)
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  • How to order
    Papyal using a credit card US 24 95 plus 7 00 shipping By cheque UK and Australian residents only see next page for pricing By direct bank deposit Australian residents

    Original URL path: http://www.bassboy.com.au/getreel/site/classicamps/files/pages/order.htm (2015-11-27)
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  • Ferrograph 2N
    in the next few years The Series 2 was released around 1954 and was the first Ferrograph for the domestic market For the next 15 years or so right up to the release of the series 7 in the late 1960 s all Ferrograph models featured the same large circular function knob the design of which changed only slightly One selected the desired function and activated it via a small adjacent lever A spring loaded button next to it would stop the machine with a loud ZINGG This was NOT a subtle activity On my Ferrograph it requires considerable effort to turn the function selector knob even though it has been well lubricated The meter was for record level only It sat hard over to the right hand side until record was selected then slowly swung to zero One could then adjust the meter to absolute zero via the trim pot directly beneath it before checking record levels To the right of the meter are the bass and treble playback controls and to the right the gain control for both record and playback The dummy knob on the far right covers an octal auxiliary socket The power supply and audio amplifier sit on the bottom of the case and can be quite easily accessed The tape deck is held down by two screws and hinged at the back By removing the screws the entire deck can be lifted up like the bonnet of a car All connections are via the two purple braided cords seen at left The single Goodmans 10 x 6 speaker sits on the right hand side of the case next to the power supply and amplifier There are additional images a user manual 60pages and a circuit diagram for this recorder on the CD ROM Specifications

    Original URL path: http://www.bassboy.com.au/getreel/site/samples/vintage/2n/2n.htm (2015-11-27)
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