Type Year of construction Tubes Cabinet Remarks
PHILIPS EL3510 1955 ECC83:AF pre-amplifier
EL84: AF Outputstage
DM71: recordlevel-indicator
EZ80: Rectifier
multiplex, covered with leatherlike plastic This taperecorder was the first one from Philips to sell in large amounts. It's relatively low price (about some 400 guilders) and slim design made it irrestable to a lot of customers and at that time people discovered the benefits of a taperecorder, being the possibility of copying your neigbour's records or those who were broadcasted on radio and thus saving money. But also was it possible to add sound to smalfilm pictures or producing 'spoken letters' a unique way of keeping in touch with your friends and family. The chassis was sometimes being built into a radioset