Computers and gadgets with Michael Kirsted

The Swiss Bolex Paillard M8 Projector from 1950

The Swiss Bolex Paillard M8 Projector from 1950

OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 13″ x 6″ x 12″ (arm retracted, without reels)
WEIGHT: 12 lbs (17 1/2 lbs with carrying case and accessories).
CONSTRUCTION: Cast aluminum and steel. Painted with olive enamel finish on early models; Grey/silver finish on later models.
REEL CAPACITY: Reel arms accommodate 400 ft reels. Upper …

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The Japanese Scott T 526 L + A-436

HH SCOTT T 526L  Tuner (1976-1977)

Tuning Scale: Analogue

FM Tuning Range: 87.5/108 MHz

AM Tuning Range: 535/1.605 kHz

Sensitivity: 1.9uV (FM)

Signal to Noise Ratio: 65dB

Distortion FM: mono: 0.3%,

Distortion FM: stereo: 0.5%

Selectivity: 50dB (FM)

Frequency response: 30Hz/15kHz

Dimensions: 400 x 142 x 325mm

Net Weight: 6,2kg

HH Scott A-436 Stereo Integrated Amplifier (1976-1977)

Power output: 42 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)

Frequency response: 15Hz …

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A Commodore PET 2001. Made in 1977

The Commodore PET is a line of home/personal computers produced starting in 1977 by Commodore International. The system combined a MOS 6502 microprocessor, Commodore BASIC in read only memory (ROM), a keyboard, a computer monitor and (in early models) a cassette deck for data and program storage in a single all-in-one case.

PET 2001 …

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