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RCA Victor TT-5 television attachment. Original finish and original un-restored chassis. More photos available upon request.  $15K or would be open to trade. John, 724-493-4211, vts1134 at gmail dot com (6/17/15)


Wanted: Pre-war HMV 904 (with 5” screen) or HMV 905 (with 7” screen) tabletop television or similar set (such as a Marconi). Kevin at¬†patrick97214 at hotmail dot com (1/11/15)
Bob Paquette, of the Microphone Museum, is looking for one of the mechanical television sets that Peter Yanczer used to sell. He's hoping that someone might have one they're willing to part with so he can include it as part of the display in his museum, which encompasses much more than just microphones. Contact Bob at 414-645-1672. (8/8/14)

Roger Dupouy is selling his 60 line replica mechanical scanner. Works in B&W, 250.000 mcd high power amber LEDs or a 380.000 mcd white LED. In color, it uses a 4W Luxeon RGB LED. The disk is 524 mm diameter (20.6") and rotates at 1500 RPM for a 25 Hz frame rate. 3000 Euros for the receiver and 500 Euros for the Auroa converter. See much more on his web site, click on the item "60L Grand Disque", many videos of the unit in operation. Located in France. Roger, + 33.473.91.50.98, rogerdupouy at sfr dot fr (8/5/14)