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Converted RP2B/1 used in RP2C/1B. DD 1967. WITHDRAWN.
Unit (3 speed)
Modified RP2C/1 for use with
operation restricted to 33 r.p.m.
lightweight pickup and
and 45 r.p.m. DD 1967.
Converted RP2C/1 used in RP2/lB to take
lightweight pickup and operation restricted
r.p.m. and 45 r.p.m. DD 1967. WITHDRAWN.
RP4 MAGNETIC REPRODUCING EQUIPMENT
Line Identification Unit
identification signal in
DD Spec 1.30. OBSOLESCENT.
Magnetic Tape Reproducer for record or replay of preloaded
tape cassettes. Used in EP1M/5, EPlM/6. Superseded by
RP4/4. DD 1966. WITHDRAWN.
Magnetic Tape Reproducer used in PA2M/7 to replay verbal
announcements, dialling and control signals from a tape
loop. CHl/18E, pegs 6, 39. DD 1966. DD Spec 2.262.
RP 4/ 3A
Magnetic Tape Reproducer, as RP4/3 but with larger
diameter tape drive spindle for use with GEl/4A, increased
tape length (3m) and flywheel on drive shaft to give
improved reproduction. DD 1972. OBSOLESCENT.
Commercial Magnetic Tape Reproducer used for reproducing
"effects" from tape cassettes. 178mm x 406mm x 406mm with
sloping control panel. Includes AM13/2, AMI6/4, UN14/6,
motors, etc. DD 1968. DD Spec 1.58. OBSOLETE.
Magnetic Tape Reproducer used for transcribing the content
of programme tapes. BRG tape deck DC43, with other
components in wooden plinth. XS. DD 1971. OBSOLESCENT.
Stereo Magnetic Tape Reproducer, comprising refurbished
EMI Recorder Type TR90 on trolley, without recording
facilities. DD 1972. OBSOLESCENT.
Magnetic Tape Cassette used in RP4/2. Provides tape
playing time of about 30 seconds. Superseded by RP4A/3.
DD 1967. WITHDRAWN.
Commercial Magnetic Tape Cassette
RP4/4. Provides playing time of
DD Spec 1.62. OBSOLESCENT.