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Peter Friedman
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02.Aug.09 03:55

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 In one of the two photos I've attached, there is the outlet to plug in a pouva microphone, I assume. What is this type of plug called? Where can I find a microphone that would fit?

In the second photo is another outlet. Is it for an AC connector (the machine has a battery compartment? A foot control?

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Hello Peter, the  "microphone outlet" is to find in the schema as "Hü1". It is a DIN connection which has an input from a radio and output to a radio or amplifier. If it is also usable by a microhpon can be tested or is written in a usermanual.

The other outlet is not an AC connector, it is a connector for external speaker. In the schema you find it right as Hü3.

The 2 connection holes next to Hü1 seems to be Hü3. It is for 6V DC.

 

Peter Friedman
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 That's what I was hoping to learn, Heribert. Now:

1. What does DIN mean?

2. You talk about the connector for radio use. Is it to record FROM a radio onto the Bandi? Or is there another use for the radio connection?

3. Where would a microphone go if not the Hu1?

4. What 'schema' are you referring to?

5. Where could I find a user manual?

6. Where would I find a speaker or microphone that fit these connectors. Or do I do some modifying?

7. Many many thanks.

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Hello Peter,

1. DIN = Deutsche Industrie Norm  See also DIN connector

2. please read Post 2:  " input from a radio and output to a radio". See also file _beschr3.pdf  "Aufnahme vom Rundfunk".

3. Yes, see _beschr3.pdf   "Mikrofonaufnahme".

4.+ 5.  The schema and Bedienungsanleitung  you find at the model under "All schematics".   Please Read the "I" at top of page!

6a Microphon: In DDR in the 60th or on fleemarket or you use or build an adapter.

In the User Guide is written it must be niederohmiges Tauchspulenmikrofon. In English it seems to be named Moving-coil-microphones.

6b Speaker: 8 Ohm 0.5 Watt is written in schema. You need only a plug or a cable with plug wich you connect to an external speaker. There is no need for an external speaker.

7. good luck with you tape recorder.

Heribert

 

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Peter Friedman
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 Heribert, 

  I seem to have a tiny bit of translating ahead of me.

  Very exciting!

 

Peter

  
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