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HI! Welcome to my AKAI REEL TO REEL'S Photo's Page...

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Here is a picture of an early vintage Akai "M" Series unit believed to be the M-4:

Here is an early vintage Akai M-5 Tererecorder, Circa 1962:

Early M-5 side/rear view:

A set of various M-5 Accessories: Manuals, Pinch Rollers, and Microphones.

Here is an early vintage M-6:


Here is a picture of an early vintage "M" Series unit the M-7:
A later version of the M-7, designated the M-7SE was the first Akai to utilize the Crossfield Head Technology.

Here is a picture of an early vintage "M" Series unit the M-8, which has a complement of nine vacuum tubes ( also known as the Roberts 770X ):


Here is a picture of an early vintage "M" Series unit the M-9, note the absence of the huge metal screened vent areas above the VU Meters found on all the prior vacuum tube based M Series Sets ( and just one small vent near the bottom ) on the first fully Solid State ( Germanium Transistors ) Akai Reel to Reel:


Here is a picture of an early vintage "M" Series unit the M-10, and note the total absence of venting holes in the front panel:


Go to the next Akai Vintage Photo Page: The Akai "X" Series

Go to the prior Akai Vintage Photo Selection Page: Choose The Akai Series Page

This page is under construction ( Like software, the job is never done!....)
Prior Update - 10-22-2003 2:45 PM.
Current Revision - November 2nd, 2010 @ 8:48 pm.


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