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    Posted 12 years ago

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    I purchased this and some other items at a flea market. This was 15$ i believe. I chose this because i thought it was extremely retro and it was all around cool looking. It was apparently a old radio broadcasting microphone because that's what the vender said and it has a station number etched in the side. If anyone knows anything about this, please comment i love to hear input.

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    1. garrybeair garrybeair, 12 years ago
      Looks like an old power mic used on cb or ham raidos.
    2. kerry10456 kerry10456, 12 years ago
      It looks a lot like what Johnson radio had, garrybeair is correct, vintage 1960's 70's cb, ham power mike
    3. AntiqueRadioZenith4, 12 years ago
      Ah thank you both. I just couldnt resist buying this. It's so retro and streamline. Thanks Again!
    4. bikenut, 12 years ago
      This microphone was one of the first power mics I ever bought. I bought mine in 1975, used, for $30. Big money at the time. And I was only 12 years old. It's called a TURNER+2 and is used mostly for CB and Ham Radio. It comes from either late 60s - early 70s. It was considered a very nice sounding microphone. Awesome find.
    5. GeodeJem GeodeJem, 8 years ago
      10-4 for a copy...Theres a bear on the superslab.

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