B6 had a Mark 4 GP desk. Also visible in this shot are 3 EMT950 grams and 3 Studer D730 CD players. A couple of ITC cart machines sit on top of the desk.
Along the back and side walls of the cubicle are four Studer A80 tape machines. Above them are two Studer A710 cassette recorders. In the corner on the right is the Tape Control Panel (mentioned on the page about the Mark 3 desks).
Mounted into the edge of the studio table are the headphone amplifiers. The two earpieces of stereo headphones were fed from two selector switches. The feeds available were the outputs of the desk's two foldback chains, normal studio ringmain and talkback, and the three auxiliary talkbacks, two of which were mastered by the studio and master talkbacks. This arrangement made it easy to set up separate talkbacks for two or three contributors.
Next door to B6 and approached via the same lobby, the much smaller cubicle of B7 features a Mark 1 GP.
EMT950 grams again, and a mix of Studer tape machines - A810s and a B67. Just to the left of the bay is a pair of Technics SL-P1200 CD players.
Mounted on the wall are the Tape Control Panel and a single A710 cassette machine. An ITC cart machine is on the right of the picture.
In the studio, a much smaller table, lacking the talkback facilities of B6's.
The position shown above left handled the selection of the various outside sources to desk channels and also switched the appropriate feeds of cue programme and talkback to the sources. Next door to B9 was recording channel H9, above right. Equipped at this time with four Telefunken M15s and a Glensound mixing desk, H9 could access and record all of the outside sources selected in B9.