Misc Curios, Antiques & Uniques
This is the first Q-Meter sold by Boonton and dates to the middle of the 1930s. In good cosmetic condition, for parts or repair--not safe for Use.
An early (1940's) Ferris Instrument Laboratories Microvoltmeter. It is in good cosmetic condition, but untested and for parts or display.
This is an early General Radio Vacuum Tube Voltmeter. It is in good cosmetic condition, but is not working. Sold AS IS for parts or display.
This generator is in good condition, and the output section has been tested with a scope to confirm ranges, etc. Due to Age, this piece is Available Strictly As Is.
A solid, machined Aluminum Hub Adaptor for Sony and other One inch Video machines. From the old Unitel Video Company in NYC.
We have 4 large First Surface Rear Projection mirrors. We haven't provided any photos of the mirrors themselves, because it would serve no purpose.
You read that right, these are N.O.S. (New Old Stock) Floppy Disks, in unopened plastic packages. Dig out that old PC or Compag portable!
More of those N.O.S. (New Old Stock) Floppy Disks, in unopened plastic packages.
Global Streams, the maker of The Trinity Play NLE system sold this as a lens mounted Green screen Emitter. A Revolutionary way to achieve High Quality Chroma Keys in the field or the studio.
An original Marantz Wood cabinet for all Marantz 22xx series receivers. VG condition.
A very rare Rane product that was part of the FLEX series. Very Good condition. Price is for 2 units in a 1 RU Rackmount with Power supplies.
Removed from a pair of Wurlitzer Model 62 Tone cabinets. Very good condition, tested and working. Price is for the PAIR.