Teac A-2300

August
1 9 7 0 august 1970
1 9 7 2 1972

Mid-end recorder built in a very solid way :
1970s style.

Single-piece diecast frame for the front and sides, three "hyperbolic" permalloy heads with 3-stage dc playback amplifier, automatic tape lifters, three fan-cooled motors, adjustable turntable height for both reels and an ingenious braking system with "drums" and "shoes" à la SP-10MK3.

Also in are the usual mic/line mixing, tape/source monitoring with 0,15s delay, high-bias position for high-output / low-noise tapes, mono/stereo recording and counter derived from the supply reel.


Replaced by the taller A-2300S and A-2300SD in 1972 or 1973 depending on market, both doing away with the cute but retro "pause" lever and the two-in-one VU meter.
And adding Dolby deemphasis for the A-2300SD.

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Teac A-2300 specifications
Title Value
Heads : 3x narrow-gap Permalloy
Tracks : 4-tracks, two channel
Motors : 1x dual-speed hysteresis synchronous (capstan)
2x eddy current (reels)
Tape speed : 19cm/s (± 0,5%)
9,5cm/s (± 0,5%)
Wow & flutter : 0,12% (19cm/s)
0,15% (9,5cm/s)
FF time : 90s (1200ft tape)
Frequency response : 30Hz...20Khz (19cm/s)
50Hz...15Khz (19cm/s ; ±3dB)
30Hz...15Khz (9,5cm/s)
50Hz...10Khz (9,5cm/s ; ±3dB)
Bias : 100Khz
S/N ratio : 50dB
Crosstalk : 50dB channel to channel at 1Khz
40dB between adjacent tracks at 100Hz
Inputs : 2x MIC (0,3mV minimum / 10,000 Ohm)
2x line (0,1V minimum / 100,000 Ohm)
Outputs : 2x line (0,3V for 10,000 Ohm load or more)
1x headphones (8 Ohm)
PC : ?
Dimensions : 44 x 35,5 x 20,5cm
Weight : 19,5kg.
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