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Old 18th May 2007, 03:41 AM   #1
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Default Old Tektronix booklet

Radio stations expect equipment to last a generation or two so paperwork hangs around an eternity. Cleaning out files today I came across this treasure from the mid-Seventies in new condition and thought someone might get a kick out of it. Shaggy techs, white tees and open collars, a Dynaco A25 and a MacIntosh. It's a walkthrough on testing a mono Mac with Tektronix's 5L4N LF spectrum analyzer.


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Old Tektronix booklet
Ouch, I remember those days all too well!
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Old 18th May 2007, 05:41 PM   #3
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Excellent! I'd ask if you are going to scan it, but that would be a breach of copyright.
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Default Perfectly dated!

Even the straight guys didn't have ears then.

In those daze, I woulda thought he looked cooly serious and mature.

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There was a Tektronix book on tube circuit design called "Typical Oscilloscope Circuitry" revised edition, 1964, with about 300 pages. No author listed.
Not hard to find or expensive last time I checked, a couple of years ago, on the used book search sites.

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Click the image to open in full size.

Let's make some subscripts for that picture. I'll kick it off with "Hmm, that's funny..."

Those speakers in the background, I've got a pair of them but mostly use them as weights when I'm gluing a diaphragm.
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Excellent! I'd ask if you are going to scan it, but that would be a breach of copyright.
Double check in the book though. Some manuals specifically allow a certain amount of copies. I had a computer manual that allowed free copying for service use
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Has anyone noticed the striking similarity between the fellow on the Tek front cover and rdf's avatar?
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They share a 'Fine' bloodline. The scanner's at work so maybe early next week, I'll look into the copyright aspect.
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