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    Default Entrex 480 and other vintage stuff in New Jersey

    Looks like maybe three of these Entrex 480s and a bunch more old electronics stuff, Sweda 750, up for auction here.
    Located in Frenchtown, NJ.
    https://www.liveauctioneers.com/item...lectronics-lot

    There are a couple lots of old stuff that include Entrex.
    Last edited by dluck; July 3rd, 2020 at 07:37 AM.

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    Nothing there.

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    sorry,
    Try this.
    https://www.liveauctioneers.com/item...lectronics-lot

    I also went back to fix my original post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dluck View Post
    sorry,
    Try this.
    https://www.liveauctioneers.com/item...lectronics-lot

    I also went back to fix my original post.
    https://www.liveauctioneers.com/item...ge-electronics

    Quite a bunch of Diablo drives. The Entrex system look like some kind of DG Nova rebrand ?

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    Wow... nice lot. It cost me a fortune to ship my Diablo's from the northern hemisphere some years ago, after which I was even contacted by the seller asking if they could buy them back for a desperate customer. And now someone - maybe even here on VCF - is going to get a nice pile of them, what luck. Some are the Model 33F with the non-removeable cartridge, this usually had a Model 31 on top as part of the same assembly. Wish I could bid on them but the logistics at the present time rules that out.

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    Most of the Diablo's in that lot are fitted with the flush-mount front fascia panels, as mine are. Two appear to be the Alto style with the side panels that made the drive project out the front of the rack. Diablo offered three versions of this panel.
    The other interesting thing is the the drive at the bottom of the pile at right in picture 2/10 (showing the backs) has the Diablo slide rails fitted, which sort of went underneath the drive. I don't have them and have never seen a picture of them either. I have been making rack slides for mine from modern slides, in the interim until I've finished those I've designed a 3D printed set of bespoke adapter brackets for a Diablo to go onto aluminium angle rails.

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