Fanon-Masco FTR-2. Portable reel tape recorder. Made in
Japan, probably in 1968. Dimensions 235 x 127 x 70 mm.
Weight without batteries 1.9 kg. With the recorder you
can use the reel diameter up to 3, 1/3 inch. The speed
of the tape is stabilized. Switching speeds, 3, 3/4 -
1, 7/8 inches per second, produced by the nozzle, put on
the capstan, and increases its diameter. There is a
rewind. As with most portable tape 60s, rubberized
flywheel rotation is transmitted directly from pressed
against the edge of the motor shaft. Rubber belt in the
construction of no. Wiring is collected on five types of
transistors 2SB75 (3 pcs.), 2SB77 (2 pcs.). Meals 9 v by
six AA batteries that are inserted in a metal container
with a socket. Also provides power from the adapter. There is a dial gauge and the voltage
level of the recording. Almost all of the details of the
tape and the body are made of metal, plastic parts
Design is a good impression, and he also survived
quite well. Traces of repairs inside I discovered.
Included with the tape recorder I got the original
shipping box, leather case, reel magnetic tape, the
original microphone in a leather case, a beautiful
original headset, a device for recording telephone
conversations, and operating instructions.
the unit is in working condition.
Photos can be enlarged
Photos taken during the repair
original dynamic microphone (575 ohm) with switch remote
control, and a leather case.
The original beautiful dynamic earphone
(7 ohm). Thing is
stylish, even by modern standards, but the photographs
can not fully appreciate it, we must hold in your hand
Boxes with tape and a device for
recording telephone conversations with the sucker (870
order to record the conversation had to connect the
device with suction cups to the handset
Container at 6 AA batteries and old
batteries that I got a tape recorder. Alkaline batteries
are manufactured in the USA. Judging by some design
features are made they were in the 70s
Instructions and wiring tape Fanon-Masco