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Acorn Data Recorder ANF03

The Acorn Data Recorder was the official tape player for the BBC Micro range of computers, featuring a 7-pin DIN connection to the BBC Micro, the tape motor was controlled by the BBC Micro thereby starting and stopping the tape at the required point.

Date : 1982

Manufacturer : Acorn Computers Ltd

Physical Description : Box Poly x 2 Din Cable Data Recorder Poly Bag

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH20978. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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