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Various - Recordio Metal Core Disc (Acetate)

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  1. Zushura

    Recordio Metal Core Disc Various. Demonstration Disc Various. Crow Calling Philip S. Olt. Science In Our Lives Ritchie Calder* Recordio Disc Various. Lucrezia Borgia .
  2. Malagis

    Wilcox Gay Coin Recordio; This was a great way to hold on to memories from an event or vacation. Based on the same concept of a photo booth except you make a "Recordio-gram" to keep or send off with the handy mailing envelope also available from the machine.
  3. Kegrel

    Cudmore: Christmas with the Recordio. Cudmore: Christmas with the Recordio. Recording on discs was a lot of fun Wilcox-Gay sold Recordio Discs or blank records in two sizes. You also could.
  4. Vojas

    Dec 31,  · This is a " diameter rpm, metal core Wilcox-gay Recordio. It's labeled "White Christmas, Betty F.S." the other side just says "SCRAP." The scrap side has a recording of some Spanish orchestra with intermittent break-ins by some woman warming up her singing voice. This is no edit, this was just efficient use of what must have been a junk disc.
  5. Jusar

    disc are made of thick walled molded ETFE with metal core for unsurpassed long-term performance ETFE well-proven PTFE sandwich The data are based on information from various literature. VACUUBRAND does not warrant the accuracy of these data. Due to the variety of possible influencing factors, they can serve only as a guide.
  6. Sazil

    Recordio: Home Recording in the s by Timothy The manufacturer's name was Wilcox-Gay Recordio Disc. I set the record aside as one that I would keep and continued my search through the remaining sea of records. Years later, I heard the name Recordio again. A small brown metal microphone about the size of a paperweight had the name.
  7. Bataxe

    Jun 17,  · Fake Capitol (and other) Beatles Acetates. Discussion in 'Music Corner' started that it was authorized by some legitimate media outlet. I suspect many, if not all, of these fakes are actually real metal-core acetates but they are not "official" acetates. The type font used on most of the discs is different than verified authentics and.

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