Mister Disc

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Mister Disc (AT770)
Launch year 1980s
Company Audio-Technica
Last production year 1990s

Mister Disc (AT770) was a portable record player sold in the early 1980s by Audio-Technica.[1] It was billed as being "no bigger than a man's shoe".[citation needed] It was battery operated, came with a set of fold-away headphones, and was able to play both 33 & 45 RPM records.

Specifications[edit]

Type: Belt-drive transcription turntable platter
Platter: 90 mm aluminium
Motor: DC, electronically controlled
Speeds: 33 13 and 45 34 RPM
Signal to Noise: >50 dB
Tone Arm: Dynamically balanced
Cartridge: AT103
Frequency response: 30 to 25,000 Hz
Output: 110 mV per channel (line out); 36 mW per channel (headphones)
Power: 4.5 VDC (3 "C" batteries)
Battery life: 12 hours
Dimensions: W290 x D99 x H65 mm (11.4 x 4 x 2.5 inches)
Weight: 1.2 kg (2.6 lbs)

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