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Description 1, title of the invention
3. Detailed Description of the Invention The present invention relates to a stereo cassette tape
recorder. As shown in FIG. 1, the conventional stereo type radio cassette tape recorder has a
cassette traveling mechanism 1 in the center and a pair of speaker systems 2 integrally formed
on the left and right sides of the cabinet 3. The power supply battery 4 for driving is
accommodated, and the battery 4 is completely opened by the back cover so that replacement
can be performed. Recently, along with the popularization of small-sized cassette tape recorders
with radio, small size, high performance and large output are required, but it is the power supply
battery to obtain small size and large output It becomes bigger by that amount and contradicts.
In addition, since the left and right speaker systems are close to each other, the small size of the
compact system is not preferable for practical use because the stereo feeling is reduced. The
present invention has been made to eliminate the above-mentioned drawbacks of the prior art, in
which the speaker housing is connected to the left and right of the cassette travel mechanism
housing by a support so as to be bendable and the shaft of the support is An object of the present
invention is to provide a tape recorder capable of improving the stereo effect and achieving a
small, compact, high-performance, high-output configuration by having a configuration that
doubles as a battery holder. An embodiment of the present invention will be described below
with reference to the drawings. In FIG. 2, reference numeral 11 denotes a housing provided with
a cassette travel mechanism 12, and reference numeral 13 denotes an operation button of the
cassette travel mechanism 12. On the left and right sides of the mechanism housing 11, a pair of
speaker housings 15.15 are connected so as to be able to bend back and forth by a support
portion 14. EndPage: 1 is provided. Voice adjustment knob 17. The speaker unit 18 is entirely
provided. Next, the bearing portion 14 will be described. 19 is integrally formed on the
mechanism casing 11 side, and the lower two cylindrical hinges, 2 (lj: integrally formed on the
speaker casing 15 and incorporated between the hinges 19.19 It is a cylindrical hinge. A hollow
shaft 21 is inserted into the hinge 19.20 to fully connect the mechanism housing 11 and the
speaker housing 15. The hollow shaft 21 doubles as a battery holder. Reference numeral 22
denotes a power source battery accommodated in the hollow rkJJ 21, 23 denotes a negative
contact plate, and 24 denotes a battery cover that doubles as a glass contact plate. In the
assembly of the tape recorder according to the present invention, first, the hinge 20 of the
speaker housing 15 is fully inserted between the hinges 19.19 of the mechanism housing 11,
and then the hollow shaft 21 is inserted into the S No. 19 ° 20. The battery 22 is fully
converged within the shaft 21 and the battery lid 24 'is closed.
By assembling in this manner, the speaker housing 15 can be connected to the mechanism
housing 11 so as to be bendable as the center of the support 14 ffi. Fig. 3 (a), (b) in front of the
speaker housing 15.15 '. It shows a state of being bent later. In FIG. 3 (a), the stereo effect can be
fully achieved in spite of the closeness of the speaker housing, and also in (b), the stereo effect
can be obtained as described above. As described above, according to the present invention, a
compact, high-performance tape recorder can be achieved, and a stereo effect can be obtained,
and a valley cover can be formed in the hollow shaft of the support of the mechanism housing
and the speaker housing. Since a large battery can be accommodated, there is an effect that the
output can be increased.
4. Brief Description of the Drawings FIG. 1 is an external view of a conventional cassette tape
recorder with a radio, FIG. 2 is an exploded perspective view of a tape recorder according to the
present invention, and FIGS. 3 (a) and 3 (b) are tapes according to the present invention. It is a
use condition figure of each of a recorder. 11 ... cassette travel mechanism housing, 14 ... support
part, 15 ... speaker housing, 19.20 ... hinge. 21: Hollow shaft which doubles as a battery holder 2,
22: Power supply battery, 24: Battery cover. In FIG. 1, the same reference numerals indicate the
same-or Osho part O proxy Noboru Ogino-EndPage: 2
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