Olimp-702 1992
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The stereophonic reel-to-reel tape recorder "Olimp-700" (701, 702) from I quarter of 1992 was produced by the Kirov Electromechanical Engineering Software named after Lepse. The stationary reel-to-reel tape-recorder with an end-to-end recording and playback path was created on the basis of the Olympus-005C model and is intended for semi-professional work. The device has a quartz stabilization of the speed of the tape, automatic correction of the recording channel frequency response, bias current adjustment. There is a full automatic reverse, fluorescent indication of the recording level, electronic tape counter. The speed of pulling the magnetic tape is 19.05 and 38.01 cm / s; working frequency range at a lower speed of 20 ... 25000, greater than 10 ... 35000 Hz; power consumption from the network 100 W; dimensions of the device 465x455x225 mm; its weight is 21 kg. The Lepse software also simultaneously produced the Olimp-701 and Olimp-702 models, which differed from the base tape recorder of the console by dual-track recording (recording and playback across the entire width of the magnetic tape), respectively, by other magnetic heads and inscriptions.
Information from collection of Valery Khartchenko