Question about Tape Decks
I have an old Grundig tape recorder (1960's) which I wish to connect to an external tuner to transfer the recordings to my computer. It has Din plugs with symbols on them, but I don't remember what they stand for! Can you help? One symbol is a double wavy line, like '' = '', but wavy. Another symbol is a square with the right hand edge protruding beyond the edge top and bottom, like a square '' d '' without long upstroke. Another symbol is like a '' Q '' but reversed right to left. I hope you can help! Thanks very much. Bill Hart (Warrington, Cheshire).
Inputs at rear of machine. From Left to right.
Circle with line underneath. (Micro socket) - microphone, mixer (Grundig 607), telephone adapter.
Square with line on top - Radio input/Output. Record/playback radio. Record records if player is connected to radio for playback via a 3-pole amplifier unit. Re-recording to a second tape recorder. Connection to a Grundig Stereo-Mixer 608.
Reversed Q - Phono Input. Connection to a record player or a second tape recorder. (for re-recording records or tapes)
Squiggly lines - Outputs. - Connection to external speakers. Grundig Stereo Box. Connection to an additional amplifier (Grundig 229) for synchronous recording.
Square with line at right. - Earphones.
Loudspeaker switch - (At bottom) - In the "0" position, the internal speakers are shut off.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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