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Home Made Load-Save Box for Sinclair ZX Spectrum

This home brew box was designed to make the job of managing your Sinclair ZX Spectrum tapes easier.

It also acts as an on/off (or reset) switch to save on wear and tear on the spectrum power socket.

The box allows you to record your own voice on the tape so that you could verbally label each program on the tape.

Date : Unknown

Manufacturer : Home Made

Physical Description : Unit

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH23220. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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