Philips 3300 being the first ever cassette tape recorder to be produced
back in 1963, the model 3301 was
the follow up. I can't tell the difference so far with those 2 as they
are at first look, identical. The difference might be from inside.
I'm not sure when the 3301 started in production but this unit is dated
1965. The 3303 have a window on the cassette door, like most cassette
units produced from then. This image shows the unit with it's original
Shown here with it's original leathery casing. It looks like this
covering was designed for the later model 3303 as it have the cassette
window cut-out on it.
-Year(s):1965 (this unit)
-Retail: N/A -Speeds: 1 7/8 ips
-Operation: DC 7.5 Volt (5X "C" cells) -Consum: N/A
-Features: 2nd cassette recorder model to be ever produced. -Extra informations: Original microphone and leathery covering -Case: Plastic. Aluminium plate.
-Status: In hand.