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Old 01-12-2006, 01:50 PM
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came across this ......

thought someone here could answer my question....

why is the UREI logo on the wrong (right) side instead of on the upper left on the 1620...
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This is a complete guess, but could it be one of the early models that had the blue metal logo that was glued on?
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This is a complete guess, but could it be one of the early models that had the blue metal logo that was glued on?


blue metal logo? too cool....
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Old 01-12-2006, 05:01 PM
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At least I think they are metal....

like this:

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Old 01-12-2006, 05:55 PM
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Urei 1620

1st production run had logo on right and the same big knobs as the bozak mixer the smaller knobs had dots like the balance knobs

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Old 01-12-2006, 07:57 PM
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I stand corrected. Mario, was there ever a blue logo 1620? I could've sworn you or somebody here on this board picked one up recently.
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Old 01-12-2006, 08:06 PM
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The first urei mixers had the little metal Blue logo, they quickly stopped using it, guess they felt it was unnecesary.
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Urei 1620

1st production run had logo on right and the same big knobs as the bozak mixer the smaller knobs had dots like the balance knobs

Mario G


you guys are walking libraries.... too cool

that first run must have been small... or the UREI #169 that showed up on ebay last year must have had its face replaced...
here is a front shot of #169 from Ebay...
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To be honest, we first got the urei ad/flyer from AST, it showed the urei with the blue metal logo, in 1982 when it first hit the market, but when we got our first one in `83, it didnt have it!

I have never seen it with the metal emblem, except for the picture.
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To be honest, we first got the urei ad/flyer from AST, it showed the urei with the blue metal logo, in 1982 when it first hit the market, but when we got our first one in `83, it didnt have it!

I have never seen it with the metal emblem, except for the picture.


i saw the picture of very first UREI which have no blue logo.
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OK, maybe I was smoking something and there never was one. Please don't take my vague recollections as historical fact.
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ahhh....it was Shorty

http://www.wavemusic.com/community/s...ht=urei+blu e
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ahhh....it was Shorty

http://www.wavemusic.com/community/s...ht=urei+blu e


and still no pics

and why didn't the crossfader version sell better?
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