Sony TC-366


Stein Seim
 

Hi :)
Any familiar with the Sony-TC-366 ?

Is this the first reel to reel recorder with "noise reduction" ?
Got one for free :)
The motor run capacitor is marked with 1.5 mfd and 250 V
Can't find a 1.5 mfd
May I use a 2.0 mfd and 250 V ?

Happy if anybody knows...

Have a good one


Robert A. Rouge`
 

It should work

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On Tuesday, June 8, 2021, 1:14:25 PM PDT, Stein Seim <steiseim@online.no> wrote:





Hi :)
Any familiar with the Sony-TC-366 ?

Is this the first reel to reel recorder with "noise reduction" ?
Got one for free :)
The motor run capacitor is marked with 1.5 mfd and 250 V
Can't find a 1.5 mfd
May I use a 2.0 mfd and 250 V ?

Happy if anybody knows...

Have a good one


Stein Seim
 

Hi :)

 

Many thanks for  the answer.

 

Have a nice day.

 

Best regards

Stein

 

 

Den 09.06.2021 03:58, skrev Robert A. Rouge` via groups.io:

It should work

This transmission is confidential and intended solely for the person or organization to which it is addressed






On Tuesday, June 8, 2021, 1:14:25 PM PDT, Stein Seim <steiseim@...> wrote:





Hi :)
Any familiar with the Sony-TC-366 ?

Is this the first reel to reel recorder with "noise reduction" ?
Got one for free :)
The motor run capacitor is marked with 1.5 mfd and 250 V
Can't find a 1.5 mfd
May I use a 2.0 mfd and 250 V ?

Happy if anybody knows...

Have a good one







Leon Ament
 

Hi!
  The "noise reduction" is not noise reduction. It's just a high frequency filter like you find on your amp.
    All the best,
  Leon (The Audiomayvin, Montreal(514)739-5403)


Stein Seim
 

Hi :)

 

Thanks for the enlightling :)

 

Have a nice day

 

Best regards

Stein

 

 

Den 09.06.2021 15:59, skrev Leon Ament via groups.io:

Hi!
  The "noise reduction" is not noise reduction. It's just a high frequency filter like you find on your amp.
    All the best,
  Leon (The Audiomayvin, Montreal(514)739-5403)