Technics RS-M14 1980
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The Technics RS-M14 stereo cassette recorder (Deek) has been manufactured by Matsushita Electric Industrial since 1980. ,86e6f450b8cc469628ba70bf2947b049 Japan. The attachment is designed to work with "metal" magnetic tape, but CrO2 tape can also be used. ,86e6f450b8cc469628ba70bf2947b049 LPM speed - 4.8 cm / sec. ,86e6f450b8cc469628ba70bf2947b049 Operating frequency range (maximum) - 20 ... 18000 Hz. ,86e6f450b8cc469628ba70bf2947b049 The signal-to-noise ratio is 67 dB. ,86e6f450b8cc469628ba70bf2947b049 The set-top box is powered by 110, 127, 220, 240 or only 220 volts. ,86e6f450b8cc469628ba70bf2947b049 Dimensions of the model 430x119x246 mm. ,86e6f450b8cc469628ba70bf2947b049 Weight 4.3 kg. ,86e6f450b8cc469628ba70bf2947b049 ,null,ru,null,null,null,null
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