Realistic Tape Control Center
Tape Deck Routing Switch
Typically to record from one tape deck to one or more other units meant a tangle of cords and confusion. Your Realistic Stereo Tape Control Center ends that.
Now, by only rotating several knobs, you can designate one or more decks as dubbing recorders without the inconvenience of any reconnections.
You can also record a program source from your amplifier to one or more decks at the same time.
Finally, an equalizer may be inserted in the system for even more control. And, it adds all this flexibility without using another AC outlet.
Channel separation: 70dB
Total gain: 0dB
Dimensions: 155 x 57 x 110mm
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Submitted by periphix
Bought one of these about a quarter of a century ago.
It's come into use again, adding PC onto HI-FI system.
There is a ground hum loop on the audio system. A couple of 1:1 stereo isolation transformers are on order.
These will go on in/out to preamp, which is on the tape input.
I can then plug in two tape decks if required, anything on the HI-FI can then go straight onto the PC to fettle in Audacity, as well as playing the PC thro' the full system.
I have noticed a squirt of Servisol Super 10 switch cleaning lubricant every now and then, keep the switches in good order.
So glad I've got this after so many years.