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Discrete-Mead Cassette Deck
RISK OF ELECTRIC
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The lightning llash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, IS Intended to alert the user of the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure; that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user of the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions, in the literature accompanying the appliance.
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
Please record the Model Number and Serial Number in the space provided below and retain these numbers. Model Number and Serial Number are located on the rear panel of the unit. Model Number: Nakamichi LX-5 * * Serial Number: A1 13037
CONTENTS Safety Instructions. 1 On Cassette Tapes. 2 Precautions. 2 Controls and Features. 3 Connections. 6 Special Features. 7 Playback. 9 Matching the Cassette Deck to Various Cassette Tapes. 10 Recording.12 Tips on Setting Record Levels. Dolby Noise Reduction System. 14 Maintenance. 15. Troubleshooting. 16 Specifications. 17
Congratulations! You have chosen an excellent cassette deck. The Nakamichi LX-5 was designed to fulfill the highest aim of a tape deck-perfectly faithful sound reproduction. This aim is achieved by giving great attention to basic performance characteristics, while keeping operation of the deck easy and simple. A micro-processor is employed for tape transport control, which ensures smooth and error-free operation. Please take the time to read this manual in its entirety to fully acquaint yourself with the various features of this cassette deck. Thank you.
The following safety instructions have been included in compliance with safety standard regulations. Please read them carefully. 1. Read Instructions - All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the appliance is operated. 2. Retain instructions - The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. 3. Heed Warnings - All warnings on the appliance and in the operating instructions should be adhered. 4. Follow Instructions - All operating and use instructions should be followed. 5. Water and Moisture - The appliance should not be used near water - for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool, etc.
1 1.Grounding or Polarization - Precautions should be taken so that the grounding or polarization means of an appliance is not defeated. 12.Power-Cord Protection - Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs. convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the appliance. 13.Cleaning - The appliance should be cleaned only as recommended by the manufacturer. 14.Nonuse Periods - The power cord of the appliance should be unplugged from the outlet when left unused for a long period of time. 15.0bject and Liquid Entry - Care should be taken so that objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the enclosure through openings. 16.Damage Requiring Service - The appliance should be serviced by qualified service personnel when: A. The power-supply cord or the plug has been damaged; or, 8. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into the appliance; or. C. The appliance has been exposed to rain; or. D. The appliance does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a marked change ~nperformance; or, E. The appliance has been dropped, or the enclosure damaged. 17.Servicing - The user should not attempt to service the appliance beyond that described in the operating ~nstruction. All other servicing should be referred to qualified service personnel.
3. This deck incorporates a muting circuit to prevent the generation of spurious noise when switching on the power. While the muting circuit is active, the light above the flashes and the tape stop button (8) transport buttons ("Play", "F.FwdU,"Rew" and "Pause") are inoperative. When the timer function for recording or playback is used, the respective mode is entered after the muting interval (when the flashing of the stop button light has stopped).
Break ofi this tab to protect Side A or 1 from accidental erasure.
Side B or 2 from accidental erasure.
Controls and Features
(1) Power Switch Pressing this button activates the deck. Pressing it once more switches the power off. When the power is switched on, the cassette holder illumination is lit and the tape counter (26) is reset. (2) Eject Button By depressing this button, the cassette holder is opened for insertion and removal of a cassette. (3) Headphone Jack Accepts standard stereophone plug. (--P. 6)
(4) Cassette Holder See-thru cover provides unobstructed view of the cassette. The cover can be easily removed for routine cleaning of heads, capstans and pinchrollers etc. (--p. 15)
the " S X position. For Nakamichi ZX or other metal tapes, use the "ZX" position. (--p. 10) (1 2) Bias Tune Control Used for fine tuning of the bias current. (+P. (13) Eq Switch Used to select either 70 or 120 microsecond equalization. (--p. 10) (14) Tape Start Memory Switch When this switch is set to "On", the tape is automatically stopped at the tape counter indication " in rewind or fast-forward (memory feature). This deck also incorporates an auto play feature. It is activated by means of the record button and puts the deck into the playback mode at "0000". (-p. 7) (1 5) Dolby NR Switch Used to select Dolby B-Type noise reduction for a 10-dB improvement in high-frequency S/N ratio, or Dolby C-Type noise reduction for a 20-dB improvement. When a Dolby system is used, the respective indicator (22) lights up. (--P. 14)
(16) Timer Switch Permits unattended recording or preprogrammed playback in conjunction with an external audo timer (--D. 8) () Input Level Controls (L,R) Used to adjust the input (record) level to the deck and the lefthight channel balance. (-p. 12). Fade-in or fade-out can be performed with the master fader control (25). (-P. 7) (18) MPX Filter Switch When this switch is set to "On", a filter cuts off the 19-kHz multiplex carrier signal used in FM stereo broadcasts. Remains of this carrier might otherwise interfere with correct operation of the Dolby system. This switch should be set to "Off" when recording anything else than FM broadcasts. (19) Output Level Control Controls the output level of the deck as well as the headphones listening level for both channels simultaneously. (20) Peak Level Meters Provide exact indication of peak levels in the wide range of - 40 dB to 10 dB. (--p. 13)
(5) Rewind Button For rapid tape-winding in the reverse direction. During operation, the indicator on the top right of the button lights up. (6) Pause Button Used for noise-free, short-term interruption of the tape transport in recording or playback. During operation, the indicator on the top right of the button lights up.
(7) Play Button Starts forward tape motion for recording or playback. During operation, the indicator on the top right of the button lights up.
(8) Stop Button Brings all tape motion to a full stop from any mode. During operation, the indicator on the top right of the button lights up.
The various control switches of this cassette deck are located beneath a hinged panel. The panel is opened by a slight push on the upper right corner. For protection, the hinged panel is designed to become unhinged if strong force is applied while it is open. In such a case, be sure to correctly re-attach the panel before closing it.
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(9) Fast-forward Button. For rapid tape winding in the forward direction. During operation, the indicator on the top right of the button lights up. (10) Record Button Used for recording and also for the auto play feature (--p. 7). During recording, the indicator indicator on the top right of the button lights UP. (1 1) Tape Selector Switch Used to select the EX, SX or ZX position. For Nakarnichi EX and EX U tapes or other lownoiselhigh output ferric oxide tapes, set the switch to the "EX" position. For Nakamichi SX tape or other chrome-equivalent tapes, use
Lock back into place by pressing
align and lock
(21) Monitor Switch For playback of a tape and for off-the-tape monitoring during recording, set this switch to "Tape". For record level setting etc., set this switch to "Source". (22) Dolby NR lndicators When a Dolby NR system is used, the respective indicator lights up. (23) Rec Mute Indicator Lights up during rec mute operation. (24) Master Fader lndicators Display the condition of the master fader control. (25) Master Fader Control By means of this control, fade-in or fade-out during recording can be performed easily at the touch of a button. There is also a choice between two fading speeds. The master fader indicators (24) display the condition of the master fader control. (--p. 7)
Standard stereo headphones may be connected to the jack on the front panel of the deck. Low-impedance headphones of 8 to 16 ohms are recommended.
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1. Master Fader Control
This feature permits smooth and easy fades during recording simply by pressing a button. Fade-in is performed by depressing the "Up D " side of the master fader control (251, and fade-out is performed by depressing the "Down 4 " side. You can choose between two fading speeds: Depressing the button strongly (two clicking sounds of the switch) and keeping it depressed causes the fading process to be performed in about 2 seconds. Depressing the button lightly (one clicking sound of the switch) or releasing the button after one push causes the fading process to be performed in about 6 seconds. The respective fading mode is indicated by the relative brightness of the indicators (24). In ordinary music recording, slow-speed fading may be more desirable, while highspeed fading can be used effectively for example to eliminate noise when the cartridge is lowered onto a record, etc.
2. Auto Play Feature
This feature is operated by means of the rewind button ( 5 ) or fast-forward button (9) and the record button (10). "Auto Play" means that the tape is stopped from rewind or fastforward at the counter indication " and the deck automatically starts playback from this point.
-0peration(1) Press the counter reset button (28) at the beginning of a recording or playback to return the counter indication to "0000". (2) After recording or playback is completed, lighting up the press the rewind button (51, indicator above the button. and then-while keeping the rewind button depressedpress the record button (10). The tape will now be rewound to the "0000" indication and playback will automatically start from there. The auto play feature can also be activated while the deck is already in the rewind mode: just press the rewind button once again and then press the record button. The above description is an example for the rewind mode, but the auto play feature can be operated in the same way in the fast-forward mode also.
5. MPX Alter
In the transmission of FM stereo broadcasts, a 19 kHz multiplex carrier signal is used. When recording from FM stereo broadcasts while using the Dolby noise reduction system, possible residues of this 19 kHz signal can cause malfunction of the noise reduction circuitry. To prevent this, the MPX filter cuts off any remaining carrier signal. Therefore. when recording from FM stereo broadcasts, set the MPX filter switch (18)to "On". The switch should be "Off" when recording anything else than FM stereo broadcasts.
(4) Set the On/Off button (left button) of the timer switch (16) to "On" and the Rec/Play button (right button) of the timer switch to the desired position ("Rec" for unattended recording, "Play" for timer playback).
T i m e r a On
any position Timer Recording Timer Playback Timer Off
(5) Adjust the timer to the desired starting
time. (6) At the pre-selected time, the timer will supply power to the components and the LX-5 will start recording or playing. Note: - When the timer recording or playback feature is not desired, be sure to set the On/Off button of the timer switch to "Off".
6. Timer Recording or Playback
This deck incorporates a self-start teature which enables you to make unattended recordings or start playback at a pre-selected time with the use of a timer. -0peration(1) Make connections as shown in the chart.
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Playback mode-Record Play + ' '-
7. Head Configuration
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In order to obtain the best parameters for each function and to extract the utmost from every tape, this deck possesses completely separate erase, recording and playback heads. The monitor switch permits instant offthe-tape monitoring during recording.
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Note: If the tabs on the rear of the cassette are removed, it is not possible to enter the record mode. - For punch-in recording, always press the play button (7) or the pause button (6) before you press the record button (10). If the record button is pressed first, the operation cannot be performed.
(2) Insert the tape for recording or playback
and turn on the power to all components. (3)For timer recording, set the recording level to suit the expected signal. For timer playback, set the output control to the desired level. Check if all components are set up properly.
@Confirm that the On/Off button (left button) of the timer switch (16) is set to "Off". Turn o n the power to the deck by depressing the power switch (1). @ Press the eject button (2) to open the cassette holder (4). @ Insert the cassette tape into the holder with the exposed tape facing down and the desired side facing outwards. Push the cassette holder back until it locks into the panel. @Set the monitor switch (21) to "Tape". @ Set the Eq switch (13)to 120 p s or 70 ps, according to the tape used. (--p. 10) @When playing back a tape which was recorded with Dolby 6-Type noise reduction, set the On/Off button (left button) of the Dolby NR switch (15) to "On" and the C-Type/B-Type button (right button) to "6-Type". When playing back a tape which was recorded with Dolby C-Type noise reduction, set the On/Off button (left button) of the Dolby NR switch (15) to "On" and the C-Type/B-Type button (right button) to %-Typen. The respective indicator of the Dolby NR indicators (22) lights up. When playing back a tape which was recorded without Dolby noise reduction, set the On/Off button to "Off".
Playback with C-Type NR Playback without Dolby NR
n On n off
Note: Ordinary Dolby-encoded tapes, which were not recorded with Dolby C-Type noise reduction, are to be played back at the "6-Type" position. @ Press the play button (7). @Adjust the output level control (19) to the desired level. @ For short-term interruption of playback, press the pause button (6). To resume playback, press the play button (7) again. @ To stop the tape altogether, press the stop button (8). When the tape end is reached, the tape transport is shut off automatically.
Note: - The transport of this deck permits going from any transport mode into any other (i.e. from play to rewind, from rewind to fastforward, etc.) without having to use the stop button. - While the tape is in motion or in the pause mode, the eject button is inoperative and the cassette holder does not open even if the button is depressed. While the cassette holder is open, logic circuitry prevents operation of all transport modes. - During playback, the deck's peak level meters display the level recorded on the tape. Readings are not affected by turning the output level control.
Matching the Cassette Deck to Various Cassette Tapes
There are many brands of cassette tapes, which can be generally classified into three types: normal tapes (ferric-oxide formulations), chrome-equivalent tapes, and metal tapes. When recording such tapes with this deck, the tape selector switch (1 1) and the Eq switch ( 1 3) must be set according to the chart below. In order to fully realize this deck's potential, you should use tapes from the list below, whenever ~ o s s i b l e.
Tape Selector Switch
This swltch serves to select the appropriate bias amount and record equalization for different tape types. If bias current IS too low. high-frequency response rises but distortion also increases. If it is too high, high-frequency response as well as distortion decline. This deck's tape selector switch provides three positions: EX (normal tapes) SX (chromeequivalent tapes) and ZX (metal tapes). According to the tape used, the correct position must be selected. The position of thls switch is relevant only in recording and has no effect during playback.
In order to match the deck to the characteristics of the tape, besides b ~ a s is it necessary to select the correct equallzatlon for recording and playback. This deck provides two Eq switch positions: "70 p s " and " 120 gs". Metal tapes (ZX) and chromeequivalent tapes (SX) are to be used with "70 p s " and normal tapes (EX) with "p s " This switch must be set to the correct position in recording as well as in playback
Tape Selector Switch and Eq Switch Settings (Recommended Tapes)
EX/120 ps Position
Eq Switch Nakarnichi
Maxell Fuji AMPEX
EX, EXn AD, AD-X UD, UD-XLI, XL-IS FR-I GM-I
a SX/70 ps Position
Tape Selector Switch Eq Switch Nakarnichi Brand Name
SX SA-X UD-XLII, XL-IIS FR-II GM-I1
ZX/70 rus Position
Brand Name Nakarnichi
ZX MA, MA-R MX FR-Metal MPT
-This deck is not suited for use with ferrichrome (FeCr) Tapes.
Bias Tune Control
This deck provides a bias tune control (121, which permits fine adjustment of the bias current after the standard values have been set by means of the tape selector switch (1 1). When using tapes recommended by this manufacturer (see list in preceding paragraph), the bias tune control should be left in the center click-stop position.
2. If the recorded signal sounds duller (has less highs) than the original source, turn the bias tune control to the left (counterclockwise).
Note: - This deck is factory-adjusted to give best results with Nakamichi EX 1. SX and ZX 1 cassette tapes. - If tapes of inferior quality are used, the output in the high frequency range may not increase even if the bias current is lowered (the bias tune control is turned to the left); rather distortion only will increase.
3. By repeatedly performing steps 1. and 2., if necessary, minimize the difference in sound quality between the source signal ("Source") and the recorded signal ("Tape"). When using other tapes, the bias tune control should be adjusted as follows. The discrete 3-head configuration permits bias adjustment while instantly monitoring the recorded signal. 1. Compare the source signal ("Source") with the recorded signal ("Tape"). If the recorded signal sounds brighter (has more highs) than the original source, turn the bias tune control to the right (clockwise).
When wishing to perform an absolutely accurate adjustment of bias, the prescribed procedure is as follows. 1. Set the Dolby NR switch to "Off". 2. Use a test tone oscillator, the Nakamichi T-100 Audio Analyzer, or a similar device. 3. Connect the oscillator output to the input terminals on the rear panel of the cassette deck. 4. Record test signals of 1 kHz and 15 kHz on the tape at a - 20 dB level. 5. Adjust the bias tune control, while repeating the record/playback procedure if necessary, until both signals read - 20 dB in playback.
@ Confirm that the On/Off button (left button)
of the timer switch (16) is set to "Off". Turn on the power to the deck by depressing the power switch (1). @ Press the eject button (2) to open the cassette holder (4). @ Insert the cassette tape into the holder with the exposed tape facing down. Push the cassette holder back until it locks into the panel. @ Select the correct positions of the tape selector switch ( I 1) and Eq switch (13) for the tape in use. (-p. 10) ($ If a Dolby NR system is to be used for recording, set the On/Off button (left button) of the Dolby NR switch (1 5) to "On" and select the desired system with the C-Type/B-Type button (right button). (The respective indicator of the Dolby NR indicators (22) lights up.) When the Dolby NR system is not to be used, set the On/Off button of the Dolby NR switch (15) to "Off". When recording from FM broadcasts, set the MPX filter switch (1 8) to "On". Note: - When recording from other program sources except FM broadcasts, the MPX filter switch should be set to "Off". @ By pressing the counter reset button (28) to return the indication of the tape counter (26) to "0000" and setting the tape start memory switch (14) to "On", you can easily return to the starting point after recording is completed. The tape will stop automatically at the counter indication "0000" in rewind.
(71 Set the monitor switch (21) to "Source" and, while watching the peak level meters (201, adjust the input level controls L,R (1 7) to obtain the correct recording level. (-P. 13) While keeping the record button (10) depressed, press the pause button (6) to put the deck into the record-standby mode. The red indicator above the record button and the green indicator above the pause button light up. If you want to start the recording with a fade-in, press the "Down 4 " side of the master fader control (25) to return the fader to minimum. (-p. 7) @Press the play button (7) to start recording To perform fade-in, now press the "Up D" s ~ d e the master fader control of (25). The recordmg level is automatically brought up to the level determined in step @. (1@To check the quality of the recording in progress, you can instantly monitor the playback signal by setting the monitor switch (21) to "Tape". In the "Source" position, the input signal before recording is heard. For short-term interruption of recording, press the pause button (6). To resume recording, press the play button (7) again.
(1) By pressing the stop button (a), the recordmg mode is released and the tape transport comes to a full stop. If you want to end the recording with a fade-out, press the "Down Q " side of the master fader control (25) to return the fader level to minimum and then press the stop button. After the stop button was pushed, the master fader control is automatically released and the level returns to the "Up D" value.
Tips on Setting Record Levels
The LED level meters of this cassette deck are free of "overshoot" problems and display peak levels with a high degree of accuracy. For good recordings, it is essential to maintain a high signal-to-noise ratio. This is achieved by putting as much signal on the tape as is possible without producing distortion. Setting record levels too low will result in noisy recordings, while too high recording levels cause distortion. Finding the proper level between these two extremes is what good recording is all about. This task is facilitated by this deck's level meters which cover a wide 50 dB range and accurately display even very short signal peaks. Refer to the chart as a guideline to set recording levels.
Dolby NR Switch Operation When a Dolby noise reduction system is to be used, set the On/Off button (left button) of the Dolby NR switch (1 5) to "On" and select the desired system with the C-Type/B-Type button (right button).
-Dolby n On
~ y p e to be used: 1 NR C-Type NR to be used:-
Dolby NR to be used: Dolby NR not to be used: 1
Low-level Encoding Characteristics (-60 dB)
Chart A Frequency Response and Noise Spectrum Analysis
The cassette holder cover of this cassette deck can be easily removed. Perform cleaning or demagnetizing after removing the cover. In ordinary use, this cover should always be attached.
Cleaning should always be performed in the direction of the arrows in the chart (direction of tape travel).
After a longer period of use, there can be a build-up of residual magnetism in the playback head, record head and erase head. Such residual magnetism can induce noise and partially erase the high frequencies of a tape being played. To prevent this, you should demagnetize these parts about once every 50 hours of use with the Nakamichi DM-10 Demagnetizer (optional) or any other properly designed demagnetizer. Note: Always switch off the power to the deck before starting the demagnetizing procedure.
1. Remove the cassette holder cover. 2. Use the enclosed cotton-tipped sticks and-with very light pressure-clean the parts indicated in white on the illustration. In case of severe contamination, dip the cotton tip in the enclosed alcohol before cleaning, or use the enclosed plastic stick with a sponge tip screwed onto its end and dipped in alkhol.
record head caastan erase head
Head and Transport Cleaning
It is very important to regularily clean the surfaces of the record head, playback head and erase head as well as the capstans, pinchrollers and all other parts which come in contact with the tape. Tiny particles shedded from the tape onto these parts, as well as dust accumulations etc. become the cause of drop-outs, and severely degrade frequency response and wow-and-flutter characteristics. Be sure to always keep the parts shown in white on the illustration spotlessly clean.
tape g u ~ d e
e z a c k
tape guide pressure roller
pressure pad lifter
Note: - To easily reach the various parts for cleaning, turn on the power to the deck and put the deck into the play-standby mode (play button and pause button depressed). The head assembly is now raised. - Be careful not to apply too much force in cleaning, as the respective parts are critically aligned. - When you have used alcohol in cleaning, give the cleaned surfaces a minute or two to dry off completely before playing a tape. - Be careful not to damage the tape guides or the tape pad lifter. - When you have used cotton-tipped sticks, be sure to remove any cotton strands from the cleaned parts.
Cleaning the Faceplate
Clean the faceplate only by wiping it with the enclosed polishing cloth or another soft cloth. Never use alcohol, solvents, ammonia or abrasive cleaning agents.
All important moving parts of this deck are fitted with long-life, oil-less bearings. Periodic lubrication is therefore not necessary.
Condition Tape does not run.
1. Power cord is unplugged. 2. Cassette holder not completely locked.
Remedy Plug in cord firmly. Press eject button and then close cassette holder firmly.
Record mode cannot be entered.
1. No cassette inserted. 2. Cassette tabs have been removed.
Place adhesive tape over tab opening or use new cassette.
Excessive playback hiss. Uneven sound levels, drop-outs, excessive wow/flutter
Head is magnetized.
1. Heads and/or capstans and pressure
Demagnetize head Clean these parts. Replace cassette. Clean head and pressure roller. Check program material. Wide dynamic range permits some short-term overload, but excessive recording levels will cause distortion Adjust recording levels.
2. Faulty cassette.
Incomplete erasure. Distorted record/playback sound.
Erase head dirty.
1. Program material itself is distorted. 2. Recording levels are too high.
3. Head dirty. 4. Wrong setting of tape selector switch.
Clean head. Select correct setting for tape in use Check connections. Clean head. Push the "Up" side of the master fader control. Check connections. Clean head. Set monitor switch to "Tape." Clean heads. Select correct positions for tape in use.
Record mode is entered, but cannot record.
1. Input disconnected. 2. Head dirty. 3. Master fader control is set to down.
1. Output disconnected. 2. Head dirty. 3. Monitor switch is set to "Source."
Dull high frequencies.
1. Heads dirty.
2. Tape selector switch and/or equalizer
switch not set correctly. Hum heard during recording or playback.
1. Strong induction fields near deck. 2. Signal cable or connector grounding faulty.
Keep deck away from amplifier, transformers, fluorescent lamps, etc. Replace signal cables.
Track Configuration. 4 tracks/2-channels stereo Heads. 3 (erase head x 1, record head x 1, playback head x 1) Motors (Tape Transport). DC servo motor (capstan drive) x 1 DC motor (reel drive) x 1 Power Source. 100, 120, 120/220-240, 220 or 240V AC; 50/60Hz (According to country of sale) Power Consumption. 33 W max. Tape Speed. 1-718 ips. (4.8 cm/sec.) *0.5% Wow-and-Flutter. Less than 0.1 1Ol0 Wtd peak Less than 0.0610 Wtd rms Frequency Response. Signal-to-Noise Ratio. 20 Hz-20,000 Hz (recording level
ZX Cassette Tape C-60, C-90 SX Cassette Tape C-60, C-90 EX ll Cassette Tape C-60, C-90 EX Cassette Tape C-60, C-90
RM-200 Remote Control
dB, ZX, SX, EX ll
Total Harmonic Distortion.
tape) , Dolby C-Type NR on < ~ sZX tape> Better than 70 dB (400 Hz, 3% THD. IHF A-Wtd rms). Dolby B-Type NR on < ~ s ZX tape> Better than 64 dB (400 Hz, 3% THD, IHF A-Wtd rms) Less than 0.9% (400 Hz, 0 dB, ZX tape) Less than 1.O0l0 (400 Hz, 0 dB, SX, EX Il tape)
Erasure. Better than 60 dB (100 Hz, 0 dB) Separation. Better than 36 dB (1 kHz, 0 dB) Crosstalk. Better than dB (1 kHz, 0 dB) Bias Frequency. 105 kHz Input (Line). 50 mV, 70 kf2 Output (Line). 1V (400 Hz, 0 dB, output level control at max.), 2.2 kl2 (Headphones). 12 mW (400 Hz, 0 dB, output level control at max.) 8 I1 load Dimensions. 450(W) x 135(H) x 307(D) millimeters Approximate Weight. 17-3/4(W) x 5-5/16(H) x 12-1/16(D) inches 8.5 kg 18 Ib. 12 oz
DM-10 Head Demagnetizer
SP-7 Stereo Headphones
Specifications and appearance design are subject to change for further improvement without notice. Dolby NR under license from Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. The word "DOLBY" and the Double-D-Symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
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