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Replacement remote for TEAC A-BX10 MKII
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Post 1 made on Saturday March 27, 2010 at 11:01
btentusscher
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I just bought a beautifull TEAC A-BX10 mkII amplifier, but there is no remote control present. Teac inc. is not responding and I can't find nothing about it. Does somebody know where to get one or is there a universal control unit who works with this Teac.? I think the remote type is TEAC RC-685.


I hope to hear from you soon!


Kind regards,
Post 2 made on Saturday March 27, 2010 at 13:08
djy
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It seems it was manufactured by Thule of Denmark for TEAC, with the former going belly up around 2003.

[Link: thevintageknob.org]

Click on the "SPECS" link at the bottom of the page for an image of the MkII with remote - though unfortunately the image is too indistinct to make out the model number.
OP | Post 3 made on Saturday March 27, 2010 at 15:11
btentusscher
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Thnx for the response djy, It was indeed build by Thule in Denmark and I also found a picture of the remote on Ebay. On another forum I found a topic about it, and the guy there said the model number of the remote is TEAC RC-685. The problem is can't find it anywhere.....
Post 4 made on Sunday March 28, 2010 at 14:26
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On March 27, 2010 at 15:11, btentusscher said...
The problem is can't find it anywhere.....

Rare as hens teeth I would imagine, and of course being relatively old, and being made by Thule for TEAC rather than by TEAC themselves, there's no guarantee that the codes would standard TEAC - if there is such a thing of course.

The only thing I can suggest is keeping a close eye on the various auction sites and/or contacting someone with a remote and asking if they would kind enough to allow you and copy the codes to a learning remote. Maybe the guys at The Vintage Knob will able to help with that.


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