Question about Audio Players & Recorders
With a big city nearby, you should have no problem finding someone who can repair your vintage device, I don't blame you for wanting to keep it, they had a nice mellow sound and are getting rare. For a bit people were just junking these things, (which contributes to their value). You don't say if the other functions still work so not sure how much this might cost to repair. Parts for this old of device may be hard to find, but if you look in the yellow pages under TV repair or Electronics Repair, look for a small "mom and pop" type of repair shop, the older the better since they may have the parts you need in their storage room. have fun and while I can't say what its worth, why would it matter if you love it anyway. I have stuff like this and keep it for the same reason you do, the modern stuff doesn't have the class or the sound of the old stuff.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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