Exploring TEAC 4010SL, Part 1 of 2 - Episode 1: Functions





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Published on Dec 30, 2008

Exploring the vintage stereo tape recorder deck, TEAC 4010SL. Part 1 of 2. You can find part 2 here:



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TEAC is a well known name for quality audio electronics. The TEAC 4010SL was introduced in the early 1970's. This video shows the external functions of this high end consumer audio electronics tape deck. I bought the machine brand new in 1972 and it has been working perfectly, except for a belt replacement, ever since. This is episode 1 of 2 and is a special anniversary video celebrating ClydeSight Channel's one year anniversary on YouTube. We started on December 30, 2007 with a video about the Wollensak 5750 stereo tape recorder, and now, one year later, December 30, 2008, we have over 40 machines documented in video, which has been inspiring and helping others who have a similar interest in vintage audio electronics. And there are more videos on the way! We never thought we'd do so much in just one year.

Please look at ClydeSight Channel for a complete listing of all our machines and visit our web site at:


for a link to a web site describing the restoration of the Wollensak 5750 stereo tape recorder in great detail.




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