Tandberg Huldra 8
Stereo Receiver (1965-68)
The Huldra 8 is unique in all respects. It has a wealth of advanced technical features - this is the receiver for the most discriminating of music-lovers.
It has a FM tuner with provision for stereo multiplex reception and can be supplied with decoder as an option.
It also has two 10 watts Hi-Fi amplifiers (20 watts total). There are built-in pre-amplifiers for magnetic, ceramic and crystal pickups, AM-radio with 4 wave bands.
In spite of its great versatility, operation of the Huldra 8 is simple and logical. It has large, easy to read dials, duplex tuning. station markers and automatic frequency control for FM.
For AM there is a 9 Kc/s interference-filter and selectivity switch.
Tone regulation is achieved either by a tone switch, selecting fixed sound curves, or by continuously variable bass and treble controls.
Tuning range: FM, MW, LW, SW
Power output: 10 watts per channel into 4Ω (stereo)
Frequency response: 20Hz to 0kHz
Semiconductors: 20 x transistors, 6 x diodes, 3 x rectifiers
Valve complement: 5 x tubes
Dimensions: 19-3/4 x 8-5/7 x 10 inches
Finish: rosewood, siamese teal
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