Teac drive differences

From: Don Maslin <donm_at_cts.com>
Date: Wed Mar 6 22:46:17 2002

On Wed, 6 Mar 2002, John Chris Wren wrote:

> Does any one know the difference between a Teax FD-55B-01-U, and
> a FD-55BV? It *seems* that the 'V' indicates a beige bezel, but I'm
> just guessing at what I can tell from pictures...
> --John

Comparing a 55B (no suffixes) and a 55BV, it is apparent that the BV has
a higher level of integration, only DS-0 and DS-1 have pins (PC drive),
and the BV lacks the solenoid head load feature that the B had. I do
not believe faceplate color enters into the model number.

                                                 - don
Received on Wed Mar 06 2002 - 22:46:17 GMT

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