- Portable stroboscopes - All industrial manufacturers - Videos
- Service manual - e-Rusu
- Color Computer Memory Map By Bob Russell Version 2.9 10/01/83.
- Service manual - codedradio
Portable stroboscopes - All industrial manufacturers - Videos
Text copied from the pedia: The metal-cased blue-and-silver Walkman TPS-L2, the world's first low-cost portable stereo, went on sale in Japan on July 1, 1979. Where the had the recording button, the TPS-L2 had a "hotline" button which activated a small built-in microphone, partially overriding the sound from the cassette, and allowing one user to talk to the other over the music. When the follow-up model, "Walkman II" came out, the "hotline" button was phased out.
Service manual - e-Rusu
The TPS-L2 was created by Akio Morita, Masaru Ibuka (the co-founders of SONY) and Kozo Ohsone.
Color Computer Memory Map By Bob Russell Version 2.9 10/01/83.
Text copied from Low End Mac: (images added by me) There were some cassette recorders available at the time, although they were not desned for the general public.
Service manual - codedradio
SONY ed theirs and marketed it exclusively to reporters.
Bbe max-x2 service manual:
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