Sony Microphone f-99s - cant find this mic anywhere!!!

by john
(fairfield,ohio,U.S.A.)

I have a sony microphone made in tokyo japan the modle number is f-99s it is a one point stereo dynamic mic with an odd three point plug end... i've tried looking it up but cant find out anything about it...if someone could help it would be well appreciated!! you can reach me at kingtha50@yahoo.com ..it is still in the original leather case and comes with a small mic stand and plastic mic cover, i dont believe this mic has ever been used but i'm not sure what it was even made to be used for???? thank you for your time..JP

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Apr 17, 2010
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Sony
by: Anonymous

I just bought a sony cassette recorder that is actually missing that microphone. I wanted to make recordings and found out i needed that mic. But that is deff what its used for. The sony cassette-corder tc-126/126cs

Jul 09, 2010
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SONY MICROPHONE F-99S
by: Anonymous

YOU STILL LOOKING FOR THE THREE PIN SONY F-99S MICROPHONE???

GOT ONE YA CAN HAVE .. PERFECT CONDITION YOU PAY FOR THE SHIPPING, AND I'LL SEND IT TO YA..

JOHN BAKER
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WEST LIBERTY, IOWA
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Dec 31, 2010
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Sony Microphone her!
by: Anonymous

I have also a microphone Sony F99S in perfect conditiion with its original box and instructions leaflet. Is anybody interested in buying it, plse let me know. Regards from Cristina, Denmark. E.mail to tibo@hansen.mail.dk

Apr 30, 2011
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Sep 22, 2015
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Hmm NEW
by: james

I have been looking for one as well, but cannot seem to find it either. I would really love to know if anyone has one or know where I can find it.

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