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Old For Sale Listings / Re: For Sale 10 283B 4 Prong Plugs & 3 Later 500 Style Plugs
« Last post by AE_Collector on September 15, 2018, 04:14:09 PM »
Oh I guess I didnít pay attention to the title...I just read the first post where the description says 10 - 283B style plugs. Never mind!

Terry
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Old For Sale Listings / Re: For Sale 10 283B 4 Prong Plugs & 3 Later 500 Style Plugs
« Last post by Doug Rose on September 15, 2018, 03:56:12 PM »
I count 13 as well
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Old For Sale Listings / Re: For Sale 10 283B 4 Prong Jacks & 3 Later 500 Style Jacks
« Last post by AE_Collector on September 15, 2018, 03:40:03 PM »
Memory is not my friend ....

Eye site may not be your friend either Doug! I count a Bakers Dozen!

Ahh, itís great to grow old.....

Terry
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$1051.00
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Collector's Corner / Re: Pekin Red 202 Surprise
« Last post by Doug Rose on September 15, 2018, 12:38:37 PM »
Because there a chip in the metal and the inside switch is shot...is is for display only
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I used to have a collector I would sell these to when I got a bunch. Memory is not my friend and I forget who I sold them to.
That being said 10 283B ....Three are Mahogany Brown and other assorted colors. The look complete.....Doug

Make an offer.....please PM Me....thanks....Doug
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Collector's Corner / Re: Pekin Red 202 Surprise
« Last post by Dan/Panther on September 15, 2018, 12:22:30 PM »
Why did you say you threw it in the trash ?

D/P
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Collector's Corner / Re: Pekin Red 202 Surprise
« Last post by Doug Rose on September 15, 2018, 12:21:13 PM »
thanks Terry....it is just a display a the switch assembly inside is shot and I have no replacements. I do like the look..Doug
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Collector's Corner / Re: Pekin Red 202 Surprise
« Last post by AE_Collector on September 15, 2018, 11:23:58 AM »
I like that.....reminds me of the early two tone 500ís or a AE 80ís.

Terry
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https://youtu.be/5bcFqrDs21o

     Regular Member Post

Recording the YouTube audio with Audacity, removing the noise from the faint (handset disconnected) portion and then normalizing that faint portion (amplifying the wave form), it shows

1) the original is a square wave form sent at 5 "pulses" per second with the space between tones equal to that of the tone.

2) due to the near inaudible recording of the disconnected signal, the tone form seems to be a square wave as well but the clarity of the wave is not seen due to noise removal and amplification of the signal left after noise removal.

3) the slight offset may be due to cutting and pasting the waveform into a new track to make the comparison


The "disconnected" tone is there, it is faint and it is similar.

If the recording device could be placed closer to the source of the sound within the phone once the handset is disconnected improving the signal to noise ratio of the faint sound, the wave form of the faint sound would or should have better resolution that that of the attached image. The best recording position would be at a point where the sound from the handset and from the sound from the housing after the handset was removed would be about equal in amplitude.

The handset can always be pushed further away from the phone to reduce its level to make it about equal to the sound from the phone with the handset disconnected.

One suggestion would be to use a small, sensitive microphone and move it around the phone (with the housing removed) to see where the "disconnected" sound is the loudest, its source, what component is producing the sound.
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