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Akai GX-370D Tape recorder
Manufacturer
Akai
Model GX-370D
Date
Category: Audio, Video, TV, Multimedia
Group Tape recorder
Description Stereo Tape Deck
Information
                                    REVOLUTIONARY GLASS & CRYSTAL FERRITE HEADS
AUTOMATIC & MANUAL REVERSE RECORDING & PLAYBACK

This newest release from Akai employs three Glass & Crystal
Ferrite Heads including two Record/Erase GX Combo
Heads and one GX Playback Head, for the finest in recording
and playback quality and endurance. Further, the
unique symmetrical arrangement of these GX heads provides
identical recording and playback characteristics in
both normal and reverse directions. The combination of these
outstanding heads and a Tape Selector Switch
brings out the maximum response of high performance low
noise tapes for startling progress in sound quality. An
epoch-making direct capstan drive Servo-Control Motor and
two eddy-current Outer Rotor Motors are employed in
this model for the completion of an ideal drive mechanism.
Moreover,a stout Impedance Roller provides tape speed
stability and reduced wow and flutter. A real
Compute-O-Matic recording level control for completely automatic
level control and realistic sound reproduction. Sound
Mixing, Sound-On-Sound, Sound-With-Sound provide an
unlimited variety of recording techniques. Dub-Sync and mode
change Remote Control Socket is also one of the
many outstanding features of this quality stereo tape deck.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Akai -- GX-370D -- Catalog
File name Akai-5234-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type Catalog
Pages 4
Size 17.09 Mbytes (17915453 Bytes)
Language english
Revision
Manual-ID/Number 02672ADM1 1/D1M1172
Date
Quality Scanned document, all readable.
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