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Rack Mounts for Classic Consumer Audio Gear

Introduction I received my first tape recorder in 1965. It was an RCA 7″ reel, half track mono, which ran at 15/8, 3-3/4, and 7-1/2 IPS. I recorded radio station broadcasts, and copy borrowed 45s to tape in a a … Continue reading

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Tape Machine R. C. – Part 1

This project came about when I tried to find a remote control panel for a Panasonic video tape recorder at work. I soon realized that other machines, even my own Otari MX5050B-II didn’t have a way to be operated from … Continue reading

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Single End Power Supply

Need a small power supply for a project? This one is based on the LM340 or 78xx series regulator. It can be constructed for +5, +6, +9, +12, +15, +18, or +24 volts DC. This supply was initially designed for … Continue reading

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