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Old 9th Aug 2016, 1:20 pm   #1
brenellic2000
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Default Grundig - Dunmurry models

I'm updating my "Guide to British tape recorders" (bigger and thicker... and that's just the author!) and am trying to determine the models 'made from scratch' at the Dunmurry plant, Belfast between 1960-80.

Not exactly 'British' but it was said most of those sold in the UK market were supposedly 'British-made' (largely to circumvent import duty) but the high-end models were imported from Germany, complete. The TK.14, T.18, TK14x, TK200, certain Stenorette, C100/C200 cassette and 'stereo cassette recorders' were made there.... but does anyone have a more comprehensive list... or can confirm specific models from the maker's label on their deck?

And what else did they make from scratch - TVs, radio....?

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