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Phreaking Boxes and Old Telephone equipment

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Post your Phreaking Boxes/Old Telephone Equipment!

 

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•Bell Model 500 desk set (black) (circa 1975)

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•At&t trimline desk phone (dark brown) (1985)

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•Generic Pushbutton (red and black) (circa 19??

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*RadioShack Pocket Tone dialer 43-139 (1979)

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•Beige box

•In Line coupler

•Rj11 splitter

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Radioshack TAD-716 Answering Machine 430-0716 (circa 1995)

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•Generic Pushbutton (red and black) (circa 1950)

 

 

I'm sorry... your estimated date is wrong by 13 years. 

 

Touch-tone was invented in 1963.

 

 

•At&t 210 (dark brown) (1980)

 

Are you sure it was made in 1980 because this set must've been made after 1984. The AT&T logo proves it.

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•Generic Pushbutton (red and black) (circa 1950)

 

 

I'm sorry... your estimated date is wrong by 13 years. 

 

Touch-tone was invented in 1963.

 

 

•At&t 210 (dark brown) (1980)

 

Are you sure it was made in 1980 because this set must've been made after 1984. The AT&T logo proves it.

 

Oh, Thanks! about what year would you think that the red and black pushbutton desk set is from?

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Post anything interesting!

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That 500 set is a late 70's or early 80's model, because of the plastic dial and modular connections. 50's ones had metal dials and were hardwired.

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That 500 set is a late 70's or early 80's model, because of the plastic dial and modular connections. 50's ones had metal dials and were hardwired.

Thanks! Ill change it right away.

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I'll post some stuff when I get home.

Ok, thanks so much.

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An Arduino-based "Blue Box". It produces the "traditional" Blue Box 2600Hz tone and MF (multi-frequency) tones, but does much more. It also produces 12 tone signalling systems used by phone phreaks to hack other more exotic system in the US and overseas, including early pre-cellular mobile telephone systems from the 50s, 60s, and 70s.
 
 
 

314a

 
Berry 314A Trunk Test set - Official telco blue box.

 

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An Arduino-based "Blue Box". It produces the "traditional" Blue Box 2600Hz tone and MF (multi-frequency) tones, but does much more. It also produces 12 tone signalling systems used by phone phreaks to hack other more exotic system in the US and overseas, including early pre-cellular mobile telephone systems from the 50s, 60s, and 70s.
 
 
 
 
 
Berry 314A Trunk Test set - Official telco blue box.

 

 

Wow! that 314A is pretty awesome! Where did you get it? Also, I have seen your blue box videos online, pretty cool! I am planning on getting an arduino soon so I can make something similar, but anyways, good job!

It makes it even better that its cased in a bluebox...  Heres a vid 

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Great video! I had not seen that.

 

I got mine for $20.00 from Ebay 5 years or so ago. They cost thousands back when I ordered a few for a test lab back in the 80s.

 

Here's my second-favorite trunk tester - A Sage 930A. It is much more capable than the 314A, but it's not blue!

 

Sage 930A L

 
I have two of these.....One with a T1 interface.
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Great video! I had not seen that.

 

I got mine for $20.00 from Ebay 5 years or so ago. They cost thousands back when I ordered a few for a test lab back in the 80s.

 

Here's my second-favorite trunk tester - A Sage 930A. It is much more capable than the 314A, but it's not blue!

 

 
 
I have two of these.....One with a T1 interface.

 

That is pretty cool, why is it more capable than the 314a? The LCD screen?

 

Keep em' comin'

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