The projector's appearance and mechanical performance is excellent. Thread the film into the slot in the take-up reel. I wonder if any forum members have actually made anything like it! Sound Projector A heavy duty machine built in Japan like a 16mm model. View more great items Condition: Used, Condition: Excellent cosmetically and mechanically. If this does not happen, turn the lamp and motor off and thread the film manually into the take-up reel. A large internal flywheel ensures wow and flutter free sound reproduction. Manual Threading Open the first thread sprocket by pushing down on its metal housing.
In some older vintage models the reel arms are stationary. This high-end unit is solidly built in excellent condition. It is not supposed to do that. We inherited this projector and would like to see what is on some of the films. If you do use the still position to view a frame do it for just a few seconds or the bulb will burn the film. I have no control over handling during shipping.
With built-in speaker of 8 Ohms 2 Watts - External output 3 watt 8 Ohm. You should have enough length of film leader to do this. Swing out the reel arms of your projector. Manual Threading Open the first thread sprocket by pushing down on its metal housing. It has been fully serviced and tested with film both sound and silent and is guaranteed to perform well. We inherited this projector and would like to see what is on some of the films.
Please read the specifications carefully. Watch the video demo to see this projector's features and projected image and sound. Leave another inch of slack in the film by forming another loop in the film before feeding it into the second sprocket. From what I recall of my own projector, you mount the input film reel on the front 'arm', extending it as necessary to give clearance, switch on the projector, then feed the free end of the film into the appropriate orifice at the front of the projector. Threading any Bell and Howell projector is a simple and easy task.
Turn on the motor and lamp switches to watch the film. Fit the film perforations over the sprockets and close the housing. The objective is to thread the film in the projector so that it flows smoothly throughout the entire length of the film without any interruptions. The Setup Plug in the projector but don't turn it on yet. Snap the film reel and take-up reel into place.
Has fast rewind and reliable take up. The objective is to thread the film in the projector so that it flows smoothly throughout the entire length of the film without any interruptions. Your projector will be carefully boxed and shipped within 24 business hours from receipt of payment excluding weekends and holidays. Snap the film reel and take-up reel into place. Leave the design engineers to do their job is what I say, well when it comes to spools at least. Better quality, but it takes a bunch of equipment that's expensive. Projection: forward,reverse Projection speed: 18, 24 fps Film loading: fully automatic threading Sound: magnetic system on main sound track Sound mode: mono Amplifier: transistorized Sound controls: volume, tone Recording: magnetic recording on main sound track Sound-on-sound: yes Recording level control: auto and manual Sound mixing: yes Input terminal: Microphone, Auxiliary Input jack: Mic: 3.
This is an old projector and 8mm movies we found were probably taken in the late 1940's thru the 1960's. The picture quality is bright and sharp and the projector runs smooth and steady. Automatic Threading The setup is the same as the manual setup. Japanese manufactured lens focusing at all ranges. This will enable you to be sure that the film is loaded correctly.
I suppose if anyone has some engineering experience and a small lathe, would help too! He has been named several times on this forum. Once the film has fed through, switch on the lamp, focus and enjoy. Leave about an inch of slack in the film by forming a loop in it before it rests over the lamp opening. This will enable you to be sure that the film is loaded correctly. If the arms were only very slightly longer I could put 1200' spools on.