A copy of the famous REDD 37 mixer as used by the likes of the Beatles at Abbey Road. Of the two remaining 'real' units, one is still at Abbey Road and the other is in the USA. This is the only known (non-functioning) reproduction in the world. The REDD 37 is a four-track stereo machine and was developed from the earlier two-track stereo REDD 17.
All the controls function mechanically and the meters are wired to 'twitch' as required. The graphics are authentic and unit weighs considerably less than the real thing!
MN6 series, BBC designed and built this unit has an unusual vertical CRT display of the 'Slim Jim' type and an over-large illuminated source ID. Electrically very similar to our other example, a smaller and thinner version. Fully operational.
General purpose 5' diameter dish. Can be used as microwave link or satellite Rx/Tx. Alternative centre feed arrangements available. As used recently in 'Hippie Hippie Shake'. Change of colour can be arranged - green or white being typical.
A BBC-designed vertical waveform monitor, for use positioned beside picture monitors in production galleries. A space saving measure, these units use an unusual vertical CRT display of the 'Slim Jim' type and this version measures only 9 cm wide. We also have an example of the full size variant.