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Sony HDW-790P

Working condition. Hours: Drum: 1100h, Tape: 659h, Operation: 1834h. Includes HKDW-702 (DC-110A) down converter board.

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Location: United Kingdom
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Date Expires: 08/02/2018
Item ID: 190405
 

Working condition. Hours: Drum: 1100h, Tape: 659h, Operation: 1834h. Includes HKDW-702 (DC-110A) down converter board.

Sony HDW-790P

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