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Broken part - headphone jack connector

Vintage Sony Receiver, AMP, Tape Deck, (circa 1982)

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Need a picture or better description

Posted on Jan 15, 2013

  • Chuck Halstead Jan 15, 2013

    You're absolutely right... I have this miscategorized. It is a weak description but I do have a photo. This needs to be in a vintage home audio category. Is there such an animal here (I'm brand new can you tell??)?

  • rohb Jan 15, 2013

    Haha not really so I am Chuck!

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