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Vintage Lab Equipment

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  • Two cheap microscopes, an expensive broken one, a box with rulers and pencils {donated by the "Lost-Found-But-Never-Asked-For" section of the school}, unlabelled tubes containing green, blue and orange bubbling liquids, dirty kitchen knives, a slide-projector, a blackboard and a locked closet
  • Denoting something of high quality, esp. something from the past or characteristic of the best period of a person's work
  • Of, relating to, or denoting wine of high quality
  • a season's yield of wine from a vineyard
  • the oldness of wines
  • Vintage, in wine-making, is the process of picking grapes and creating the finished product. A vintage wine is one made from grapes that were all, or primarily, grown and harvested in a single specified year.
vintage lab equipment - Shure M92E
Shure M92E Hi-Fi Moving Magnet Cartridge
Shure M92E Hi-Fi Moving Magnet Cartridge
An excellent choice for home stereo application / P-Mount with Standard mount adapter / 20-20,000Hz / 5.0mV output

Suitable for a wide variety of applications, the Shure M92E moving magnet phono cartridge faithfully reproduces the sound of your records at an affordable price. Once mounted on your turntable's tonearm (it fits both common tonearm types), its natural bi-radial diamond tip and aluminum-alloy stylus cantilever combine to precisely trace the grooves of almost any record for a difference you can hear. In addition, the model's low 1.25-gram tracking force helps prolong the life of your vinyl--an important consideration for collectors and serious music fans. Audio-wise, the M92E boasts an essentially flat frequency response of 20 Hz to 18 kHz and a stereo balance within 2 dB, so your favorite tunes sound rich and nuanced through the average speaker set.
The M92E comes with a standard mount adapter, hardware, and a stylus guard and is covered by Shure's standard one-year warranty.
What's in the Box
M92E cartridge, standard mount adapter, mounting hardware, stylus guard, user's manual.

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Notes and commentary- A financial windfall beckons me into a truly professional-like recording setup. But before that, I order a fender custom shop telecaster with individual bridge string adjustments (goodbye intonation problems) noiseless pickups ( goodbye 60 cycle hum and other noisy interference) easy multi access neck adjustments ( goodbye seasonal neck warping ). A very well built and a fine instrument, it was well worth the investment and the six month delivery wait. I also purchased and rebuilt a 1965 fender twin reverb amp. The next purchase was the Tascam 600 series mixer, Tascam MS16 multitrack with the ms 16 auto locate/remote controller, 16 ch DBX NR, Tascam ATR60 2 track, Tascam 122 MKII, DBX 162 stereo compressor, Ashley Audio SC66A parametric EQ, Aphex exciter type C, (2) Delta Lab Effectron II, Crown micro-tech 600 stereo power amplifier, (pr) JBL 4412 monitors, EMT model 2 plate reverberation unit, yamaha DX7 midi synth, Oberheim DX midi rhythm machine, Oberheim matrix 1000 synth midi rack module, and my first computer, Apple's Macintosh II with its many upgrades along with Motu's Performer midi automation sequencer software program, got me up to speed and running with pro recording capabilities. At that time I started to buy the AKG and Norelco (manufactured buy AKG) C-12A and B mics, the AKG C-60 mics with their power supplies, and the AKG CK-4 mic capsules with the intention of creating a whole bunch of hybrid mics by removing the now elusive AKG CK-12 mic capsules from the (AKG/Norelco) C-12A and B mics, and placing them into the AKG CK-4 mic capsule housing cage after the original capsules had been removed. Then I mounted the modified AKG CK-4 capsule housing cage (via AKG's interchangeable mic capsule to body connector system) to the AKG C-60 body, with the addition of a three position pattern switch mounted on the tapered portion of the AKG CK-4 capsule housing cage, and with a little touch of magic created a wonderful microphone, in many ways similar to the telefunken ela m 251 microphone. This type of hybrid mic has been referred to as (the poor man's elam), having the AKG CK-12 capsule and a similar internal electronics package to the AKG C-60 mic. Notes of possible interest: the Telefunken ela m 250 and 251 were manufactured by AKG, both having a AKG CK-12 capsule and a similar AKG C-60 electronics package. For those who think their in the know, the e in ela m does not stand for export. It's the capital letter E on the front of mics for export, above the Telefunken branded badge logo on the mic that stands for export. The E mics incorporated a self serviceable socket for easy tube replacement, rather than the tube being hard wired to it's integrated components. ela is an acronym like AES (Audio Engineering Society), so ela is (Elektroakustik Lautsprecher Anlagen) in english translates to Electroacoustic loudspeaker foundation and the m stands for microphone, (The origin of said acronym) comes from a mutually connected group of european audio technicians and acoustic research scientists (essentially serving as a foundation for the development of electro acoustic advancement), However, unfortunately for other scientists around the world, all new electronic related technologies including the miniature dual triode vacuum tube and even the transistor (not from those backwards engineered parts from that alien spaceship wreck) were only shared amongst them selves while serving the nazi regime. By the way, I assembled 18 of these lovely mics. Also of interest, many nazi associated companies were considered taboo by the powers that be after WWII, Neumann could not put their name on their microphones for over ten years, because their name was so identified as being ( the Hitler mic). Telefunken (possibly through American business interests) was deemed blemish free (standing tall on it's almighty pre/post war business acumen) was a well known and respected company that was eager to take advantage, and brand their name on any products manufactured by those ravaged, starving and tarnished nazi associated companies after the war.
Asbestos Laboratory Burner Pad (top)
Asbestos Laboratory Burner Pad (top)
Close study of the used burner pad material on wire mesh reveals crumbly bits of asbestos fiber bundles throughout. After countless repeated exposures to high-temperature open flame burners, this sample is quite fragile whereby the once thick asbestos insulation material has lost much of its thickness and cohesive integrity. Even the wire mesh crumbles apart upon basic physical contact. Current laboratory wire gauze materials often contain ceramic fiber replacement of asbestos.

vintage lab equipment
vintage lab equipment
Bullet Cable 30 ft. Premium Vintage Coil Cable - Retro Seafoam- Straight to Angle Chrome Bullet Connectors
A modern improvement on the classic "telephone cord cables" loved by rock legends, Bullet Cable Coil Cables feature oversized kink-free coils and polyethylene-potted .44 mag bullet connectors that won't pull loose during active sessions. With advanced audio technology that includes 99.99% oxygen-free copper conductors and spiral shielding in a coaxial design for clear tone, and corrosion-resistant 24K gold-plated connector tips to preserve signal strength, Coil Cables display excellent bass weight, hit hard in the mids, and caress high notes.

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