Corp., Webster-Chicago. “Webster-Chicago 228-1.” Digital Gallery. BGSU University Libraries, 16 Feb. 2018, digitalgallery.bgsu.edu/collections/item/8743. Accessed 18 Sep. 2019.
|Alternative Title||Webcor Wire Recorder|
|Description||The Webcor 228 was used for recording and playback of dictation on magnetized wire. It contains a 2 inch speaker and a removable drum. Features include start, stop, rewind, two push button controls, and a recording time upwards of 15 minutes. 105-120V, 70W|
Source: "Service Bulletin 37, Basic Model Review: Webcor Wire Recorders 1947-1953" at Webster-Chicago.com, October 1953.
|Materials||Wooden carrying case, metal machine case with metal and wire components.|
|Dimensions||13.5 centimeters high, 27 centimeters wide, 26 centimeters long|
|Decade Manufactured and Sold||1951-1960|
|More Information||"Wire Recording" in the Encyclopedia of Radio, edited by Christopher H. Sterling, 1533-1534. New York, Routledge, 2010. View catalog record|
|"Service Bulletin 37, Basic Model Review: Webcor Wire Recorders 1947-1953" at Webster-Chicago.com, October 1953. View Online.|
|View a schematic of the Webcor 228 onine at Webster-Chicago.com|
|Library of Congress Subject Headings||Sound -- Equipment and supplies|
Sound -- Recording and reproducing
Magnetic recorders and recording