jon tiltman wrote:Noticed it some years ago and thought it was a historical inaccuracy.
Was the 401 around in 1965?
jon tiltman wrote:I happened to watch it a few years ago with my Thai ex-wife and she told me the supposed Vietnamese villagers were making jokes in Thai about the cast and crew!
This is the RCA Type 70-D, Model MI-11801, Transcription Turntable with RCA Type 72-D, Model MI-11852 Recording Attachment. This piece of equipment was used in broadcast stations for playing records and for recording onto transcription discs for future playback. Speeds available were 78RPM and 33.3RPM. Also included inside the base is a MI-4975 Reproducing Filter network. The recording attachment allows the user to select groove density and direction (outside-in or inside-out.) There is a scale showing remaining time on a particular recording disc. Ample storage in the base which also houses the large motor and flywheel. This turntable dates from the late forties and was one time used at station KRON-TV