Original German-made Uher 4000 Report IC in good working condition. All functions work as they should, including the record function, and the audio is good. There are some letters written and engraved on the top cover, as shown. Also the metal on the bottom of the machine is dented on one side. No power cord is included, runs well on 5 “D” batteries.
Brand new, sealed Scotch 141 magnetic tape on 5 inch reel. 1/4″ x 600 ft. Silicone Lubricated, 1.5 mil Acetate backing.
Aiwa TP-1012, 7″ open reel tape-recorder. Four track stereo machine made in Tokyo Japan circa 1972. No power cord with this one but does work on 8 D-cell batteries. 5 watt output – has two 8 ohm 4×5 oval speakers. Self contained suitcase-style recording deck. This one is in excellent overall condition – except play has a “wow” noise – probably needs a belt. Other minor issues: left volume almost not working – left needle doesn’t work – right hand highs are gone – stereo switch bad. Very clean machine overall cosmetically – very well cared for. Sold as is.
Genuine Uher 4000 Report IC portable reel to reel tape recorder. This one was tested some years ago and the motor is quiet and the audio good. Overall moderate wear with some sizable dings and cracks along the bottom cover. The plastic dust cover also is broken in one corner (see picture.)
Uses 5 D cell batteries (no power cord included)Measures: 11.2 x 3.7 x 8.9 inch
Made in Germany
Uses 5 in. reels
Original Ampex reel to reel tape 10.5 in. x 14 in. This tape appears to be in great condition, as well as the metal reel – sticker on box says it is 4600 feet. As far as known this is the original tape on the reel – it appears there was something recorded on it at one time. It is black, matte on one side and shiny on the other. Has original box that is in clean condition.
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Vintage Sony Tapecorder 262 Portable Reel-to-Reel Tape Recorder – this is a classic old machine, the cosmetic shape is quite good for its age, as shown in the photos. Holds 7” or smaller reels (comes with one empty reel 7” reel) Power cord is included, however the socket to connect the cord is missing one of the pins so I was unable to test it at this time. It may work just fine, but it is untested. Has sturdy cover and carrying handle. Dimensions are 13 ½” x 10 ¾” x 7 ½”, weighs 24 lbs.
This is a classic vintage tape deck with built-in speakers, removable cover and carrying handle. It is in good shape with average wear and tear for it’s age. It has been tested and works as it should, except for a “hum” in the background during play – which means it probably needs a capacitor. Can be played standing or on it’s back lying down – all the rubber feet are intact.
Unusual find. Scotch brand 10.5 in. metal take up reel for 1/2 in. tape. Name brand with nomenclature. Good condition – has one dent as shown in the photos and some scratches on metal – should not affect the functionality.
A low noise, high output formulation for use with all open reel machines. Wide bias tolerance and exceptional Maximum Output Level. This tape will yield 64 inutes of recording time at 7 1/2 ips in one direciton. Sealed in original plastic case. We have limited amount of these available. Priced each.
Vintage 5 in. tape recorder from 1964. No power cord. Has battery compartment for 8 D size batteries. No. 47021 AC 117V 60c/s 7.5 W. Made by Son Corp Tokyo Japan and distributed by Super Scope Los Angeles, CA. In overall very good condition. Untested. No take up reel.