A couple years ago I began collecting and lightly restoring early era cassette decks and portables from the mid 60's to late 70's. I'm especially fond of the small handful of cassette changers produced from that same period. Philips/Norelco, Denon, Ampex, Craig, Magnavox, Panasonic, and more all made cassette changers in varied designs.
While I've only managed to acquire a few of them (Norelco N2401, Denon Cassematic-12 & Craig 2805), I'm constantly on the hunt for any and all others I don't own. Though I'm aware of and appreciate the higher end cassette changers of the 80's, I'm really just looking for the original top-loader changers of the day.
If anyone in the community has any of the original top loading cassette changers they're willing to sell, I'd love to add it to (what I hope becomes) a comprehensive collection of vintage original cassette changers.
Thanks to all in advance! :)
Any original manuals, packaging, accessories, etc. -(if available)
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