This is a video demo of the very rare ETI 4600 international synthesizer.
The ETI 4600 synthesiser was the brainchild of Trevor Marshall.
Trevor Marshall’s intention was to make available to pop groups a synthesizer that would cost less than the average of around $1,400 (Australian Dollars). The magazine Electronics Today International approached Trevor and featured the design in a number of articles.
Barry Wilkinson of ETI was responsible for the packaging and kitting coordination. It was adapted for Europe by Maplin Electronic Supplies of Rayleigh, Essex who produced full construction details, and were able to supply all the components for the project including PCBs, printed panels and case.
If you’ve used a ETI 4600 International Synthesizer, leave a comment with your thoughts.
Read more about the #TI 4600 at ETI4600Synthesiser.org.uk.
This is the ETI 4600 intarnational synthesizer, structure based on Matrix patch panel like EMS VCS-3, AKS.
There are two different ETI 4600 versions: one blackface and the other extremly rare Silver face!
Sounds like Space Odyssey 😉