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I used to have a grip of old radio and console mixers.

 

katrina stole them from me, however. the one I managed to save is the 4th ever model of mixing board ever produced.

I'll try post a flick tomorrow

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I had to dig this one out. My Old Mixer I used to use it when was hot back then. The ones that had the FXs Built in.

 

oldmixerpx7.jpg

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Its My Gramps back in cali. He took care of them very well. I Really do like the interior on that mercede. so fresh so clean.

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Besides finding those old drawings, I also found my old ass Laptop. . . .

 

oldlaptopip3.jpg

 

I cant find a way to save the desktop onto anything. I tried using my Flash disk but the lap does not recognize it. . . .

 

olddecktopdf0.jpg

The C: drive has only a GB of memory:lol:

 

oldportlj9.jpg

 

All the ports. I dont know what that center Port if for. Looks like you can put some type of card or something?

 

oldcardoc1.jpg

 

I couldnt get the internet running. It kept wanting to connect to a Dial-Up Network.

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For something to be antique doesn't it have to be 75 years or older??

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I was kinda going for Items that you dont normally see everyday.

 

But if peps do have items that are older than 75, then that works too.

 

Besides, Im sure people dont have items that are that old.

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I was kinda going for Items that you dont normally see everyday.

 

But if peeps do have items that are older than 75, then that works too.

 

Besides, Im sure people dont have items that are that old.

 

Then antique is the wrong word...

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:lol: How are gummy treats, laptops,fish, electricity bulbs and a mixer that was probably used for techno antiques?? Man, half the shit you post cracks me up because I want to think you're joking but I realize you're probably not.

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I think an antique record player has to be older than 20 years...

 

 

Like..bullets holes in it from the first world war old.

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I said 1890s, not 1980s...

 

it doesn't run on electricity, but instead needs to be wound up by a crank handle on the right side...

 

it's antique. trust.

 

"Victrolas became by far the most popular brand of home phonograph, and sold in great numbers until the end of the 1920s. RCA Victor continued to market phonographs with the "Victrola" name until the late 1950's."

 

same brand as this guy:

Victrola.gif

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not the best pic, but I bought this 1890s crank-handled in-cabinet Victrola last year...

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All sorts of cool Lili...

 

Two questions:

 

What RPM's does it play at?

 

and

 

How much??

 

That player has such a classy look..

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I said 1890s, not 1980s...

 

it doesn't run on electricity, but instead needs to be wound up by a crank handle on the right side...

 

it's antique. trust.

 

"Victrolas became by far the most popular brand of home phonograph, and sold in great numbers until the end of the 1920s. RCA Victor continued to market phonographs with the "Victrola" name until the late 1950's."

 

same brand as this guy:

Victrola.gif

 

Yea thats what I said...1890's..

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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