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Re: [ARSCLIST] Ediphone Cylinders

Hi Don,

The only examples I've ever encountered were made in the 1940's judging
from the tube lineup. All octals.  The numbers escape me as I haven't
seen one of these in a long time.

A couple of years ago  at the Bouckville Antique show there was a gent
who had a military version ca ww2 which used 2 cylinder transports and
could record continuosly . The very well built amplifier ( Mil Spec)
could be switched between the 2 recording heads. It played back as well.
I didn't buy it - too expensive. 


>>> Dnjchi@xxxxxxx 10/10/2006 3:55 PM >>>
In a message dated 10/10/2006 2:46:07 PM Eastern Daylight Time,  
jraymond@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx writes:

a lower  level of signal by design of the acoustic
>  recording heads used  by most dictation machines of that era , I
>  would not recommend  using a dictophone to play them back.

I have an Ediphone that had an electronic recording head, not 
Does anyone know when electronics were introduced into the  Ediphone? 
Edify me.
Don Chichester

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