Olimp-010 1991
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The reel-to-reel tape recorder Olympus-010 was developed supposedly in 1991 by the Kirov Electro-Machine-Building Software named after Lepse. There is no information about the model, as well as its photo (except for the last image on the calendar). It is known that it was a two-track tape recorder with 19th and 38th speed prefixes, with an interchangeable head unit and a small board with trimmers on this block. Inside the model there was not a single trimmer, and the tolerance of variation of the nominal values "‹"‹of radio components did not exceed 0.5 ... 1%. The device did not go into production.
Information from collection of Valery Khartchenko