Información del equipo:
|Dual 839 RC Grabadora|
|Categoría:||Audio, Video, Televisión, Multimedia|
Dual precision and versatility perfectly expressed. Unrestricted auto/reverse in recording and playback, full metal capability and optional wireless remote control. While the other three Dual cassette decks outperform competitive models, the 839 RC can be compared only with your own conception of the ideal deck. The 839 continues to add features after all other decks are finished. For example, automatic reverse. When a C-90 cassette reaches the end of its first side—45 minutes later—that really is the end for other decks. For the 839 it's only the halfway point. Whether in recording or in playback, the tape automatically reverses and resumes the pre-set desired mode for another 45 minutes. And it can be set to play continuously. Thanks to its computer-logic solenoid-activated controls, the convenience of the Direct Load and Lock system is extended further. If the tape is nearing the end and the music you're recording has no break, you can remove and replace the cassette in less than two seconds—and the record mode continues automatically. In fact, any operating mode—play or fast wind—resumes automatically when you change a cassette. Another fine touch: any slack in the tape is automatically taken up before the drive begins. Variable pitch control adds another dimension of versatility. If you'd like to play a live instrument to tape accompaniment, you have an 8 percent tuning range for the tape. (That's a lot easier than tuning a piano.) And if a tape made on another deck sounds too flat or too Sharp, the 839 can fix that, too. For recording a program when you're away from the house, the 839 is designed for operation via an external timer. And to operate the deck while you're in the house, but across the room, there's optional wireless remote control. The infra-red technology and PCM principles used prevent any interference with other electronic devices in the home. The 839's drive system employs two DC servo motors and Dual capstans in a closed-loop drive system. This is one reason why the 839's performance is identical in both directions. Another is that the record/playback head has four gaps and does not change positions when drive reverses; it switches electronically. Electronic fade/edit, variable Headphone level, line/ mic mixing, equalized peak-reading LED record-level indicators, six-way bias/equalization (including metal), switchable overload protection, switchable multiplex filter and two-way memory with automatic play—and Direct Load and Lock, of course—round out the 839's astonishing range of features. But all these aren't quite as important as the quality of the results: how tapes sound when made and played back on the 839. The major specifications will give you a hint. Wow and flutter is ±0.03 percent, about the limits of test instruments. Frequency response goes all the way ±3 dB from 20 Hz to 20 kHz. Signal-to-noise is better than 69 dB. We realize you have just read a lot of information about cassette decks. Wre hope we've described our four new models in a way that helps you decide which one best meets your requirements. Even so, we suggest you see and compare these decks with others your Dual dealer carries. Then you will be totally convinced that your next deck will be a Dual.
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|Dual -- 839 RC -- Catálogo|
|Tipo de manual:||Catálogo|
|Tamaño:||6.21 Mbytes (6515851 Bytes)|
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|Calidad:||Documento Scaned, todo legible.|
|Fecha de carga:||11 agosto 2017|
|Descargas:||263 desde 11 agosto 2017|
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