Nakamichi Cr1 en Cr2
 Nakamichi
LR-2/CR-1
2 Head Cassette Deck
Owner's Manual
Bedienungsanleitung
Mode d’Emploi
This Owner’s Manual covers the following models:
Diese Bedienungsanieitung gilt für die folgenden Modelle:
Le mode d'emploi couvre les modeles suivants:
CR-2 CR-2N CR-2E
CR-1 ER-1A CR-1E
Congratulations!
You have chosen a truly exceptional product. All
Nakamichi audio components are created according to
a simple but highly demanding philosophy: perfectly
natural reproduction of the musical experience, without
the slightest trace of coloration. Even the ambience of
the stage and the heartbeat of the performers can be felt
when hearing music reproduced the Nakamichi way. This
is what has earned our products a dedicated following
among discerning audio enthusiasts, music lovers and mu-
sicians the world over.
The CR-2/CR-1 cassette deck incorporates many aspects
of the sophisticated technology developed for Nakamichi's
upper-range models. In a simple and compact package,
this deck delivers sound quality that rivals many of its
peers. Specifications are guaranteed, as each deck is
painstakingly adjusted at the factory. Outstanding basic
recording and playback performance is complemented by
attractive design and exceptional ease of use.
In order to take full advantage of this unit's superior per-
formance, please read this manual in its entirety and re-
tain it for future reference.
Thank you.
Nakamichi Corporation
The photo on this page shows the concert hall in the Nakamichi
Research Institute. Here every component must prove itself,
above and beyond technical specifications. This hall helps us
explore the realm of live music, which is the starting and end
point in the development of all Nakamichi products.
English from page 3
Lieber Stereofreund!
Sie haben sich fiir ein in jeder Hinsicht hervorragendes
Gerdt entschieden. Alle Audio-Komponenten von
Nakamichi folgen einem ebenso einfachen wie strikten
Motto: absolut natiirliche Musikwiedergabe, ohne jeden
Anflug von Verfärbungen. Musik hôren mit Nakamichi
ist ein Erlebnis, das selbst die Raumdimension und die
elektrisierende Atmosphäre auf der Bühne mit ein-
schließt. Nicht umsonst genießt der Name Nakamichi bei
Musikfreunden, HiFi-Liebhabern und Musikern auf der
ganzen Welt einen so guten Ruf.
Das Cassettendeck CR-2/CR-1 basiert auf dem tech-
nischen Know-how von Nakamichis Spitzenmodellen. In
der Klangqualität läßt sich dieses unkomplizierte und kom-
pakte Gerät ohne weiteres einer hohen Klasse zuordnen.
Die Beibehaltung der Leistungswerte wird durch in-
dividuelle Justierung und Einmessung im Werk garan-
tiert. Ansprechendes Styling und ausgezeichnete
Bedienungsfreundlichkeit sind weitere wichtige Merkmale.
Um die vorzügliche Leistung dieses Geräts voll zu nut-
zen, raten wir Ihnen, die Bedienungsanleitung vor In-
betriebnahme genau durchzulesen und für späteres
Nachschlagen gut aufzubewahren.
Vielen Dank.
Nakamichi Corporation
Das Foto auf dieser Seite zeigt die Konzerthalle im Nakamichi-
Forschungszentrum. Über die rein technische Seite hinaus
gewinnen wir dort wichtige Impulse für unsere Arbeit. Jedes
Gerät muß hier beweisen, was in ihm steckt, und live erlebte
Musik steht am Anfang und Ende aller Entwicklungsarbeit.
Deutsch von Seite 10
Francais de la page 17
Cher client!
Vous venez d'acquérir un produit réellement exception-
nel. Tous les éléments des chaínes Nakamichi sont con-
cus selon un principe simple mais des plus exigeants, à
savoir: une reproduction parfaitement naturelle, exempte
de la moindre coloration, de toute expression musicale.
Quand une musique est reproduite par Nakamichi, c’est
toute l'ambiance du plateau que l’on ressent, jusqu'aux
battements de coeur des musiciens. De nous être tenus
_ à ce principe nous a valu des adeptes finèles parmi les
audiophiles, les mélomanes et les musiciens du monde
entier.
Dans les platines à cassettes CR-2 et CR-1, on retrouve
bien des aspects de la technologie de pointe appliquée
aux modèles haut de gamme de Nakamichi. Résolument
simples et compactes, ces platines n'en sont pas moins
capables de rivaliser avec bon nombre de leurs concur-
rentes en matière de qualité du son. Pour la garantie des
performances, les réglages en usine sont effectués avec
le plus grand soin pour chaque platine prise individuelle-
ment. Ces platines ne vous offrent pas seulement une qua- -
lité incomparable en matière d'enregistrement et de
lecture, elles sont également d'aspect attrayant et extréme-
ment facile à employer.
Afin de profiter pleinement des performances supérieures
de cet appareil, nous vous conseillons vivement de lire
d’abord ce mode d'emploi d’un bout à l’autre et de le
conserver pour pouvoir vous y référer plus tard.
Merci.
Nakamichi Corporation
La photo ci-dessus est une vue de la salle de concert qui se trouve
dans l’institut de recherches de Nakamichi. Cette salle sert à
“‘“Mesurer’’ les sensations qui, par définition même, sont
immensurables et se situent au-delà des spécifications techniques.
C’est dans ce royaume de la musique vivante que commence et
qu’aboutit la création de tous les produits Nakamichi.
English
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK. DONDTOPEN ||
—— CAUTION —=»—
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO
USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
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The lightning flash 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.
A
WARNING ~~
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK
HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency
energy and if not installed and used properly, that
is, in strict accordance with the manufacturer's in-
structions, may cause interference to radio and tele-
vision reception. It has been type tested and found
to comply with the limits for a Class B computing
device in accordance with the specifications in Sub-
part J or Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed
to provide reasonable protection against such in-
terference in a residential installation.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will
not occur in a particular installation. If this equip-
ment does cause interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the fol-
lowing measures:
— reorient the receiving antenna
— relocate this equipment with respect to the
receiver
— move this equipment away from the receiver
— plug this equipment into a different outlet so that
equipment and receiver are on different branch
circuits.
If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or
an experienced radio/television technician for ad-
ditional suggestions. The user may find the following
booklet prepared by the Federal Communications
Commission helpful:
“How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interfe-
rence Problems”.
This booklet is available from the U.S. Government
Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402, Stock No.
004-000-00345-4.
Please record the Model Number and Serial Num-
ber 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: CR-2/CR-1
CR-2A/CR-1A
CR-2E/CR-1E
Serial Number:
Nakamichi high-fidelity equipment is sold in
more than 50 countries around the world. Many
of these countries have strict safety regulations
to which Nakamichi products must comply.
Models designated by an “A” have been
produced for North America (USA and Canada)
and comply with the requirements of Under-
writers Laboratories (UL) and/or Canadian Stan-
- dards Association (CSA) as well as with other
applicable state/provincial and federai safety
standards.
Models designated by an “E” have been
produced for Europe and comply with the re-
quirements of EEC Recommendation 82/499 as
well as with other applicable European safety
standards.
Models without an “A” or “E” have been
produced for countries other than North Ameri-
ca, Europe and Japan and comply with applica-
ble safety standards.
Nakamichi has authorized its local distributors
to offer warranties only on products which have
been produced in accordance with the forego-
ing standards.
Safety Instructions
The following safety instructions have been included
in compliance with safety standard regulations.
Please read them carefully.
1. Read Instructions — All the safety and operat-
ing instructions should be read before the ap-
pliance is operated.
2. Retain instructions — The safety and operat-
ing instructions should be retained for future
reference.
3. Heed Warnings — Adhere to all warnings on
the appliance and in the operating instructions.
4. Follow Instructions — All operating and use in-
structions 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.
6. Carts and Stands — The appliance should be
used only with a cart or stand that is recom-
mended by the manufacturer.
7. Wall or Ceiling Mounting — The appliance
should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only as
recommended by the manufacturer.
8. Ventilation — The appliance should be situat-
ed so that its location or position does not in-
terfere with its proper ventilation. For example,
the appliance should not be situated on a bed,
sofa, rug or similar surface that may block the
ventilation openings; or placed in a built-in in-
stallation, such as a bookcase or cabinet that
may impede the flow of air through the venti-
lation openings.
9. Heat — The applicance should be situated
away from heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other appliances (includ-
ing amplifiers) which produce heat.
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10. Power Sources — The appliance should be
connected to a power supply only of the type
described in the operating instructions or as
marked on the appliance.
11. Grounding or Polarization — Precautions
should be taken so that the grounding or polar-
ization 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.
Connections
Switch the power to all components OFF. Then use
the supplied shielded cables with RCA-type plugs
to establish connections as shown in the chart.
As this deck has only line input facilities, a separate
microphone mixer with line-level outputs must be
used for microphone recordings. Connect the out-
put of the mixer to the deck's “Line Input” jacks.
Nakamichi offers the optional MX-100 Microphone
Mixer, which provides three microphone inputs. To
power the MX-100, the separate PS-100 Power Sup-
ply is required.
System Remote Terminal (CR-2)
This terminal can be connected either to the wired
remote contro! unit RM-5 or a Nakamichi compo-
nent equipped for system remote control (such as
the CA-7). For details please refer to the Owner's
Manual of the respective component.
Helpful Hints
* This cassette deck incorporates a muting circuit
which operates for about 4 seconds after the
power was switched on. During the muting in-
terval, the tape transport buttons are inactive.
e |fthe power to the deck is switched off while the
tape is running, it may not be possible to open
the cassette holder. Do not apply excessive force
in such a case. Set the Timer switch to “Off,”
and then switch the power to the deck back on.
The cassette can now be removed.
* For reasons of reliability and performance, C-120
cassettes are not recommended for music
recording.
* Cassette tapes have tabs to prevent accidental
13. Cleaning — The appliance should be cleaned
only as recommended by the manufacturer.
14. Nonuse Periods — The power cord of the ap-
pliance should be unplugged from the outlet
when left unused for a long period of time.
15. Object 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 person-
nel when:
A. The power-supply cord or the plug has been
damaged; or,
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B. 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 in
permormance; or,
E. The appliance has been dropped, or the en-
closure damaged.
Servicing — The user should not attempt to
service the appliance beyond that described in
the operating instruction. All other servicing
should be referred to qualified service per-
sonnel.
Optional Remote Control Unit RM-5
System Remote Terminal (CR-2)
(Rear Panel)
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erasure. When these tabs are removed, the deck
does not enter the record mode even if the
Record button is pressed. If you wish to record
over a side for which the tab has been removed,
cover the tab opening with a piece of adhesive
tape.
Voltage Selector
* The “127 V” position of this deck's voltage
selector permits use of the deck in areas with
AC line voltages from 120 to 127 volts.
e Safety regulations in certain countries prohibit
inclusion of a voltage selector. This feature,
therefore, may be absent from your deck.
Record-prevention tab for side A
Record-prevention tab for side B
Voltage selector
Controls and Features
Power Switch
Peak Level Meters
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O Tape Transport Buttons
From the left, these buttons control Rewind,
Stop, Play, Fast-Forward, Pause, and Record.
To restart the tape from the pause mode, press
the Play button. With this deck, the record/pause
(recording standby) mode is activated simply by
pressing the Record button.
O Tape Selector
Before recording, the correct button must be
pressed for the tape in use. The EX (I) button
is for normal- type tapes, the SX (ll) button for
chrome-type tapes and the ZX (IV) button for me-
tal tapes. In playback, the Tape Selector has no
effect and can be set to any position.
© Eq Switch
This switch serves to select the proper equali-
zation for each tape in recording and playback.
In regular use, normal-type tapes should be used
at the 120 us position and chrome-type and me-
tal tapes at the 70 us position. Ás the Eq and
Tape Selectors are separate on Nakamichi cas-
sette decks, different combinations to suit spe-
cial requirements are also possible. (> page 7)
© Timer Switch
This switch is used for timer-activated record-
ing or playback. In ordinary operation, it must
be set ta “Off.” (+ page 6)
O Bias Tune Control (CR-2)
Used for fine adjustment of the recording bias
current. (> page 7)
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O Dolby NR Switches and Indicators
To activate the Dolby noise reduction system in
recording or playback, set the left switch to “On”
and select either the B-type or the C-type sys-
tem with the right switch. Playback must be car-
ried out at the same setting as used in recording.
The Dolby NR indicators show which system is
selected.
O MPX Filter Switch
This switch serves to suppress remnants of the
19-kHz multiplex carrier signal, which could in-
terfere with proper Dolby NR operation when
recording from FM stereo broadcasts. Most
modern tuners incorporate filters which reliably
remove the carrier, so that problems during
recording are unlikely, even when the MPX Filter
switch of this deck is set to “Off.” If an audible
degradation of the recorded sound is noticed,
set the switch to “On.”
O Output Level Control (CR-2)
Serves to adjust the line output and headphone
listening level.
O Rec Level/Balance Controls
The inner knob of this concentric control adjusts
the input level and the outer knob the left/right
channel balance during recording. Except when
there is a noticeable left/right level difference in
the program source, only the Rec Level control
needs to be adjusted.
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@ Rec Mute Button (CR-2)
During recording, the recording signal is cut off
as long as the button is depressed. This is use-
ful to insert blank spaces between selections.
O Memory Stop/Repeat Switch
This switch has two functions.
Memory Stop (left position): When the switch
is in this position, the tape stops automatically
during fast-forward or rewind when the zero point
of the tape counter is reached (CR-1: during re-
wind only). By resetting the counter to zero at
a specific location, that point can be easily found
afterward.
Auto Repeat (right position): Setting the switch
to this position during playback, recording, fast-
forward or rewind activates auto repeat. When
the tape end is reached, the cassette is auto-
matically rewound and playback starts again
from the beginning. In this way, playback of the
current cassette side is automatically repeated.
® Tape Counter
Shows the tape position in four-digit numbers.
Pressing the Reset button returns the indication
to zero.
* The tape counter of the CR-1 has three digits.
® Eject Button
Press to open the cassette holder.
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Set the Tape Selector and the Eq switch to the po-
sitions required for the tape. Select the desired noise
reduction system with the Dolby NR switches.
Press the Record button to set the deck to the
record/pause (recording standby) mode. Now ad-
just the recording level and balance with the Rec
level and Balance controls, while watching the in-
dication of the peak level meters.
Timer Recording or Playback
By using a separate audio timer, unattended record-
ing or automatic playback can be easily carried out.
Be sure to set the deck’s Timer switch to “Off” when
this feature is not desired. If the switch is left in the
“Rec” or “Play” position and power to the deck is
turned on, the respective function will be activated
and an inserted cassette may be erased inadver-
tently.
1. Set up the amplifier, tuner etc. as for normal
recording or playback. Then set the Timer switch
of the cassette deck to the desired function
(“Rec” or “Play”).
2. Setthe timer to the desired switch-on and switch-
off time.
3. At the pre-selected time, the timer will supply
power to the components and recording or play-
back will start automatically,
Adjust the Output control to obtain the desired
volume level.
Pressing the Play button in this condition starts
recording. For short-term interruptions, press the
Pause button. The deck reverts to the record/pause
condition. To resume recording, press the Play but-
ton again.
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Bias Adjustment (CR-2)
The overall intensity of the bias current used dur-
ing recording is determined by the setting of the
Tape Selector. However, even tapes of the same
general type often have slightly different bias re-
quirements. The Bias Tune control of the CR-2
offers the possibility to compensate for such differ-
ences. This adjustment is not mandatory; satisfac-
tory recordings can be made while leaving the
control in the center click-stop position. But in
order to extract optimum performance from every
tape, adjust the control as follows.
Record a source such as interstation noise from an
FM tuner at a level of about —30 to —20 dB. Re-
wind the tape, play back the recorded section and
compare the sound to the original input signal. If
the recording sounds brighter than the original, turn
Record Level Setting
Correct record level setting is an essential aspect
of tape recording. To achieve optimum performance
from both the cassette deck and the tape, some at-
tention should be devoted to this point.
Nakamichi recommends setting record levels as
high as possible without running into distortion. If
record levels are too low, tape noise may become
audible, and natural demagnetization (reduction in
recorded signal strength over an extended period
of time) can become a problem. When combined
with a high-performance cassette tape, the high dy-
namic range of Nakamichi decks permits “pushing”
the tape close to its saturation limit without degra-
dation of sound quality.
Independent Eq Switch
The regular equalization is 120 us for normal-type
tapes and 70 us for chrome-type and metal tapes.
As this deck provides separate switches for equali-
zation and tape type, other settings are also possi-
ble, such as 70-microsecond equalization for
normal-type tapes, or 120-microsecond equalization
for metal tapes. Provided that the same position is
used in playback, this will also yield flat frequency
response.
the Bias Tune control clockwise. If the recording
sounds less bright than the original, turn the con-
trol counterclockwise. Repeat this process a few
times, to minimize any differences in sound quali-
ty. FM interstation noise is suitable for this purpose,
as it contains a wide and fairly even spectrum of
frequencies from the low to the high range.
As the setting of the Bias Tune control affects the
high-range frequency response, it can also be used
to tailor the sound to suit certain types of music or
personal preferences. However, extreme settings
will lead to increased distortion and should be
avoided.
* The Bias Tune control operates only during
recording; it has no effect during playback.
Center click-stop position
Bias| Tune
High-frequency
response rises
(bias current is
decreased)
High-frequency
response drops
(bias current is
increased)
Record level setting (using recommended tapes)
Metal tapes:
Normal-type tapes, chrome-type tapes:
Signal peaks should be allowed to register up to +3 dB.
Signal peaks should be allowed to register up to +7 dB.
The optimum recording level varies to a certain
degree, depending on the tape in use and the
recording source. As a rule of thumb, the peak lev-
el meters should be allowed to read up to +7 dB
1. Using a normal type tape at 70 ps reduces noise
by about 4 dB, but the high-frequency MOL
(maximum output level) will decrease slightly.
This may be preferable for example for record-
ing classical music which usually contains rela-
tively little high-frequency energy but demands
high signal-to-noise ratio.
with metal tapes and up to + 3 dB with chrome-type
and normal-type tapes (when using tapes recom-
mended by Nakamichi).
2. Using a chrome-type or metal tape at 120 us
causes a slightly higher noise level, but upper-
range MOL also increases. This is suitable for
example for jazz or rock, where average levels
are high and strong high-frequency peaks are
often encountered.
* In both cases, it is essential to use the same po-
sition in playback to ensure flat frequency
response.
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Cleaning
It is very important to regularly clean the head sur-
faces, capstans, pressure rollers, etc. Contamina-
tion caused by tiny particles shed from the tape onto
these parts can become the cause of dropouts and
severely degrade high-frequency response and
wow-and-flutter characteristics. Perform cleaning
about once every 10 hours of use. Cotton swabs
lightly moistened with zero-residue, fluorocarbon-
based fluid are an economical, effective and safe
tool for this task.
* The head assembly, tape guides and other parts
of this deck’s tape transport are critically aligned.
Be careful not to apply too much force during
cleaning.
Demagnetization
After a longer period of use, residual magnetism can
build up in the heads and capstans, which leads to
noise and can 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 (op-
tional) or any other properly designed demagneti-
zer. For details, please refer to the instruction
manual of the demagnetizer.
O Erase Head o Rec/PB Head © Capstan
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O Sections which require cleaning
e Pay special attention to these delicately aligned parts.
Press the Eject button and remove the cassette
holder cover.
Troubleshooting
[Tape transport]
E Tape does not run.
> Close the cassette holder firmly.
Æ In rewind, the tape stops before the tape start
is reached, or fluctuates between playback
and rewind.
P Set Memory Stop/Repeat switch to “Off.”
E Playback or recording starts when deck is
switched on.
> Set Timer switch to “Off.”
Push the cassette holder back in, switch the deck
on and press the Play button. Clean the revolving
pressure roller by holding a cotton swab lightly
against the roller on the side turning away from the
capstan. Take care that the cotton swab does not
get caught between the roller and the capstan.
[Recording, playback]
E Recording or playback is not possible.
D Check switch settings and connections of all
components.
D Adjust Output Level (CR-2) and Rec Level
controis.
B Dull high frequencies, unnatural sound.
> Perform head and transport cleaning.
> Check for correct settings of Bias control (CR-2),
Tape Selector, Eq switch, Dolby NR switches.
Press the Pause button to release the pressure roller
from the capstan. Now clean the capstan and the
surfaces of the heads and tape guides. Finish by
using a dry cotton swab, and make sure that no cot-
ton strands are left on any of the cleaned parts.
® Uneven sound levels, dropouts, excessive
wow/flutter.
D> Perform head and transport cleaning.
H Induction noise (hum) is heard.
D> Keep deck and connecting cables away from am-
plifiers, TV sets, fluorescent lamps, etc.
Specifications
Track Configuration ............
Heads ....................e.reme...
Motors ue.
Power Source
Power Consumption ...........
Tape Speed ......................
Wow-and-Flutter ................
Total Harmonic Distortion ...
4 tracks/2-channel stereo
2 (erase head x 1, record/playback head x 1)
DC servo motor {capstan drive) x 1
DC motor (reel drive x 1, cam drive x 1)
120, 220, 240 or 110/127/220/240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
cording to country of sale)
R-2: max.
CR-1: 25 W max.
1-7/8 ips. (4.8 cm/sec.) +0.5%
Less than 0.11% WTD Peak
Less than 0.06% WTD RMS
20 Hz—20,000 Hz +3 dB
(recording ievel — 20 dB, ZX[Type IV], SX[Type li],
Dolby UT , 70 ZXIT
olby C-Type on <70 us, ype IVi tape >
Better than 70 dB (400 Hz, 3% THD IHF AO RMS)
Dolby B-Type NR on <70 us, ZX[Type IV] tape >
Better than 64 dB (400 Hz, 3% THD, IHF A-WTD RMS)
Less than 1.0% (400 Hz, O0 dB, ZX{Type IV}, SXiType I],
EXII[Type 1] tape)
Erasure ..........e........encecon—. Better than 60 dB (100 Hz, + 10 dB)
Separation ..................2..... Better than 36 dB (1 kHz, 0 dB)
Crosstalk ................eemreo. Better than 60 dB (1 kHz, 0 dB)
Bias Frequency *................. 105 kHz
Input (Line) 50 mV/30k ohms
Output (Line) .................... 0.5 V (400 Hz, 0 dB) (CR-2: Output level control at max.)
| 2.2k ohms
(Headphones) ................. CR-2: 2.2 mW into 8 ohms
(400 Hz, 0 dB, output level control at max.)
CR-1: 1.2 mW into 8 ohms (400 Hz, 0 dB)
Fast-Wind Time ................. Approx. 80 seconds (with C-60 cassette)
Dimensions ............cc.c....... 430 (W) x 100 (H) x 265 (D) mm
16-15/16 (W) x 3-15/16 (H) x 10-7/16 (D) inches
enproximate Weight ........... 5.4 kg, 11 Ibs. 14 oz
e Specifications and design are subject to change for further improvement without notice.
° Кобе Reduction System manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories Licensing
orporation.
* The word “DOLBY” and the Double-D-Symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing
Corporation.
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