Astra-208-stereo 1980
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The stereo reel (to a linear output) reel tape recorder Astra-208-stereo has been produced by the Leningrad Tekhpribor plant since the fall of 1980. The Astra-208-stereo tape recorder was developed in 1979, but went into production in a limited series (~ 300 pieces) at the end of 1980. The electrical and component parts are based on the Astra-209-stereo tape recorder. In appearance, the models are the same, the difference is that the Astra-208-stereo tape recorder is stereo to a linear output. The tape recorder has a built-in amplifier designed for monitoring listening to phonograms in monophonic mode on two 2GD-40 heads. The tape recorder provides: hitchhiking at breakage and the end of the magnetic tape; light indication of inclusion in the power supply and recording mode; remote start and stop of the CVL; 3-decade tape meter; in general, everything is the same as with the Astra-209-stereo tape recorder. Magnetic tape A4409-6B. Belt speed 19.05 and 9.53 cm / sec. The detonation coefficient at a speed of 19.05 cm / sec - ± 0.15%; at a speed of 9.53 cm / sec - ± 0.25%. Maximum power output 6 watts. The frequency range on the drug at a speed of 19.05 cm / s 30 ... 18000 Hz, 9.53 cm / s 63 ... 14000 Hz. Dimensions of the device - 463x388x167 mm. Weight 13 kg. In the image at the top, the recording level controls are to the right of the volume control - this is one of the device"™s options, the option went to the series as below in the photo.
Information from collection of Valery Khartchenko