Professional Tape Recorder (1988)
The Otari MX-50 series tape recorders are economical high-performance 1/4" tape recorder / reproducers utilizing the latest technology in analogue tape recording.
All machines in the series will accept any size reel from a 5" EIA reel to an 11.2" DIN reel. Different size reels can be used for supply and take-up.
The front panel pitch control provides ±8% variable speed range. The capstan motor speed can also be controlled by an external source of 9600 Hz (nominal) square waves for easy interface with a synchronizer or similar controller. The speed range under external control is -50 +100%.
An optional Voice Edit Mode pcb assembly allows listening at twice normal play speed without pitch shift for easy editing of lecture and interview work or for transcription.
For convenience of tape editing work, the monitor speaker unit and headphone connector with channel selector switches are equipped.
The built-in tape timer displays the current tape position as Hours, Minutes and Seconds. The tape timer incorporates a search-to-cue locator with one cue point memory and a zero location memory.
All machines in the series feature front panel selection of two operating speeds, with internal switch selection of either high (15 ips and 7.5 ips) or low (7.5 ips and 3.75 ips) speed pair operation.
The MX-50 series machines provide switch selection of NAB or IEC equalization with front panel indication of equalization. XL type connectors are provided for inputs and outputs.
Track system: 2-track, 2-channel system
Heads: 1 x record, 1 x play, 1 x erase
Motor: 2 x reel, 1 x capstan
Reel size: up to 11.2 inch reel
Equalization: NAB, IEC
Tape speeds: 3 3⁄4 7 1⁄2 15 ips
Wow and flutter: 0.06% (15 ips)
Frequency response: 30Hz to 20kHz (15 ips)
Total harmonic distortion: 0.3%
Dimensions: 430 x 455 x 250mm
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