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  • Ampex F44 'Fine Line'
    frequency response of 50Hz to 15kHz 2dB Available as a rack mountable unit F4452 UK 240 or mounted in a case F4460 250 and as a complete stand alone tape recorder with speakers and audio amplifiers F4470 More images and an owner s manual on the CD ROM Specifications at a glance Model F44 Fine Line Year 1964 Price when new in the UK 240 280 Track system quarter track

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  • Telefunken Magnetophon KL 75/15
    magic eye As was the case for the KL 75 a K model was produced with carry case amplifier and speaker and a T model without the carry case and speaker but with the amplifier The specifications were much the same as for the KL 75 but the price for the K model was substantially reduced More images and a test report on the CD ROM Specifications at a glance Model Magnetophon KL 75 15 Year 1960 Price when new in the UK 75K 15 49 7s 75T 15 45 3s Track system half track mono Heads two Motors one Maximum reel size 5 frac34 Tape speeds 3 frac34 1 ips Frequency response all 3 dB 3 frac34 ips 60Hz 16kHz 1 ips 60Hz 9kHz Wow flutter less than 0 3 at 3 frac34 ips less than 0 4 at 1 ips Signal to noise ratio unweighted over 40 db 100 1 below normal operating level Total harmonic distortion at playback output below 5 Valve complement EF 86 ECC 81 ECC 83 EM 71A selenium rectifier B 250 and EL 95 Rewind speed 1 800ft of tape in 4 minutes Audio output power 2 5 watts Inputs Microphone 2mV at

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  • Teac A-1200
    demanding audiophile Built in sound on sound and stereo echo switches eliminate the necessity of cable manipulation and simplify the recording of special effects tapes The famous TEAC quality three motor transport mechanism uses a hysteresis synchronous motor for stable exact speed capstan drive and two eddy current outer rotor motors for reel turntable operation All operations are electrically controlled by heavy duty solenoids Speed change is accomplished electrically rather than by mechanical means Three TEAC precision built hyperbolic heads four independent preamplifiers automatic tape lifters mic line mixing and dual high visibility VU meters are only a few of the many features of this fine quality deck The attractive brushed stainless steel panel and the handsome Eurasian teak case add to the striking appearance of this deck Stereo Review 1969 said of this deck We have never tested a recorder at this price level that could match the 1200 Its only real competition would seem to come from the 500 and up class of recorders Specifications at a glance Model A 1200 Year 1967 Price when new in the UK 150 Track system quarter track stereo half track version available Heads three hyperbolic heads Motors capstan drive dual speed

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  • Chilton 100S
    a detailed vintage test report and a user manual for this model are provided on the Get Reel Contemporary Classics CD Rom Specifications at a glance Model 100S Year 1969 Price when new in the UK 120 15s Track system quarter track stereo Heads three Bogen Motors single hysteresis synchronous with solenoid operated controls Maximum reel size 7 Tape speeds 7 frac12 3 frac34 and 1 ips Frequency response 2dB 7 frac12 ips 30Hz 18kHz 3 frac34 ips 40Hz 11kHz 1 ips 50Hz 7kHz Equalisation IEC or NAB to order Wow flutter 0 1 at 7 frac12 ips 0 15 at 3 frac34 ips and 0 25 at 1 ips Signal to noise ratio min 50dB quarter track 53dB half track all speeds unweighted Tone controls 10dBs at 50Hz 10dBs at 10kHz Baxandall type Crosstalk better than 55dB mono 45dB stereo Distortion via tape at 1kHz max 2 at 0dB 7 frac12 3 frac34 ips max 3 at 3dB 7 frac12 ips Bias frequency 100kHz push pull Semi conductors 54 transistors 12 diodes Rewind speed 150 seconds max for 1800ft LP tape Audio output power 2 x 10 watts RMS per channel 8 ohms 7 watts 16 ohms Inputs microphone

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  • Pioneer RT- 2022 & 2024
    Pioneer line The RT 2022 measured 18 frac14 w x 21 frac34 h x 10 frac34 d and weighed over 62 pounds Its list price was US 1250 00 The RT 2044 was the same width but was six inches taller at 27 50 inches and having the same depth It weighed 74 pounds List price was US 1600 00 Both decks were still offered in 1980 but price had climbed considerably with the RT 2044 listing for over 2000 and the RT 2022 at just under 1600 00 Additional images and test report for this recorder are featured on the CD ROM Specifications at a glance Model RT 2022 2024 Year 1976 Price when new in the USA RT 2022 1250 00 RT 2044 1600 00 Track system half track stereo 2022 or quarter track quad channel 2044 Heads three separate record playback and erase Motors 4 8 pole two speed capstan motor and two induction type reel motors Maximum reel size 10 frac12 Tape speeds 7 frac12 and 15 ips Frequency response 3dB 15 ips 30Hz to 28kHz 7 frac12 ips 40Hz to 20kHz Wow flutter less than 0 08 R M S at 7 frac12 ips less

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  • Revox B77
    microphone inputs were very sensitive quiet and yet with a good clipping margin The DIN input showed no noise degradation and again had a wide dynamic range although the impedance was high The line inputs were again sensitive but clipped at 4 5V input annoying for professional applications The record circuitry has much less distortion than before and independent adjustment on internal presets is fitted for RF bias and equalisation at both speeds and tracks Relay amplifier noise measured very well and clipping margins were very good Replay responses were very accurately set on both low and high speed versions and a maximum output level of 5 2V is available before clipping DL being set normally at around 710mV preset adjusters for this Revox 621 tape was stipulated for the tests and at 38cm s very high levels can be accommodated across the audio range distortion at DL 1kHz being only 0 07 Responses were very flat overall at both speeds at 8dB ref DL the response being only 1dB at 16kHz Overall weighted noise was creditably very low at all speeds on both models and all overall distortion measurements virtually depended upon tape types The 19cm s speed was only 1dB at 20kHz at low levels and 1dB 14kHz at DL which is excellent Source tape levels were very accurate indeed at both speeds Erasure was generally excellent although at 38cm s on the right channel the figure was 67 5dB other figures being better still Whilst stability was very good phase jitter was average but adequate crosstalk was very good up to HF but EHF measured 43dB at 15kHz Wow and flutter measured better with the machine vertical the figures being regarded as good although 19cm s measured better still on the low speed version Speed accuracy was

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  • Nagra SNN
    a conventional dynamic microphone A small meter indicates the compression rate of the automatic level control or the battery voltage Headphones can also serve as an output monitor confidence playback The tape deck is milled from a solid piece of metal and the case and lid are of drawn light metal alloy The NAGRA SN recorder in spite of its small size produces exceptionally high quality recordings It is much appreciated by reporters who can record broadcast quality tapes and at the same time be more mobile The SN solves film makers synchronous sound recording problems it can easily be concealed during filming and strict synchronization is guaranteed For scientific research the SN can also record data while on board a propelled craft Reels of narrow 1 8 3 81 mm tape are used and tape drive is by a slaved capstan motor Rewind is manual but rapid thanks to an overdrive system using a small folding crank handle There were two versions of the recorder NAGRA SNN 3 frac34 and 1 ips 9 5 and 4 75 cm s NAGRA SNS 1 and 15 16 ips 4 75 and 2 38 cm s Recent May 2004 eBay prices for the stereo version excellent condition are consistantly around US 2 500 00 Additional images for this recorder are featured on the CD ROM Specifications at a glance Model SNN SNS Price when new 557 Tape speeds 3 frac34 and 1 ips 1 15 16 ips Microphone input source impedance 200 ohms 3 to 80 µA 1 7 to 45 µA Frequency response line input 60Hz 15kHz 2dB 80Hz 6kHz 3dB Playback equalization 50 µs and 3180 µs 240 µs and 50 µs Signal to noise ratio at nominal level 62 dB 52 dB 3rd harmonic distortion at 400 Hz nom

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  • Uher SG 560 'Royal'
    slot which matched the tape tension with the constant tension of a coiled spring thus assuring the least tape damage possible even when using reels of differing sizes Another standard feature was slide projector synchronizing Dia Pilot enabling the recording of cueing signals for automatic slide projectors Separate input controls allowed stereo mixing of recordings and the amplifier was able to be used with the deck mechanism switched off Specifications at a glance Model SG 560 Royal Year 1976 Price when new in the UK 402 plus VAT 1977 Track system half or quarter track stereo interchangeable plug in heads Heads three erase record and play Motors one Maximum reel size 7 18 cm Tape speeds 7 frac12 3 frac34 1 and 15 16 ips Frequency response 3dB 7 frac12 ips 20Hz 20kHz 3 frac34 ips 20Hz 15kHz 1 ips 20Hz 9kHz Wow flutter 0 04 at 7 frac12 0 1 at 3 frac34 and 0 2 at 1 ips Signal to noise ratio better than 65dB quarter track and 67dB half track Hum and noise 56dB quarter track and 58dB half track at 7 frac12 ips Crosstalk better than 45 dB stereo 60 dB mono Bias frequency 100 kHz

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