SOR-RY! Not Telefunken. EMI Germany. "PX bring-backs" are like my TEAC R-T-R deck. The brother of the guy I worked with for about 10 years brought it back from Germany where he bought it at the PX while in the Air Force. I have both pairs of "50Hz and 60Hz" pulleys. The TEAC is really nice in that the pulleys have a "strobe wheel" on them and all your need is a little neon "voltage test light" to dial it in perfectly. I still have my 1972 Sankyo (yeah the company that made auto A/C compressors) integrated amp bought at the PX in SE Asia, and I use it for my "rear channel amp". I put new electrolytics into it close to a dozen years ago. Identical to the Radio Shack integrated amp (SA-1000?) from the same era with the dual "Glide Path" slider pots for volume and the "perfect loudness" control for the "loudness compensation" and I wish every amp had the same system for "loudness". GI's brought lots of brands home with them (Craig, Concord, Nagi, and the German brands like Grundig and Blaupunkt), and other "obscure" brands in the US. Most of it was good equipment, just nobody had heard of it here. LOTS of Dual turntables were purchased by GI's in "West" Germany and brought home, also ELAC Miracords. Nam Vets are starting to drop like flies, and gold mines of LP's, tapes and equipment show up when the relatives dispose of their stuff.