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Aiwa AD-6700

Stereo Cassette Deck with Dolby NR (1980)

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Aiwa AD-6700


Type: 2-head, single compact cassette deck

Track System: 4-track, 2-channel stereo

Tape Speed: 4.8 cm/s

Heads: 1 x record/playback, 1 x erase

Motor: 1 x reel, 1 x capstan

Tape Type: type I, FeCr, CrO2, Metal

Noise Reduction: B

Frequency Response: 20Hz to 19kHz  (Metal tape)

Signal to Noise Ratio: 45dB  (dolby C)

Wow and Flutter: 0.04%

Total Harmonic Distortion: 1.3%

Input: 75mV (line), 0.25mV (mic)

Output: 0.41V (line)

Semiconductors: 19 x IC, 81 x transistors, 60 x diodes, 12 x FET, 6 x LED

Dimensions: 450 x 120 x 327mm

Weight: 9.5kg

Accessories: remote control

Year: 1979


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Reviewed Oct 17th, 2015 by

i restored my AD6700 to 100% with new belts and pinch rollers and a general clean up . this alone is not a job for the fait harted!

afterward i was amazed this deck is Stunning and i prefer to play my old cassettes on this over my Nak.

Looks to die for and sound so hiss free without dolby. Never though cassettes could sound this good. if you ever have a chance to buy grap it and run.
A keeper that has me hooked on cassettes only the AD6900 could replace this



re: AD-6700

I just picked one in excellent shape on ebay for $78 shipped. Cannot wait to evaluate it and compare it to my best cassette decks( i.e) Yamaha KX-630, Nakamichi MR1, Nakamichi CR2A, Sony TC-WR87ES a double deck that sounds very good...

re: AD-6700

I bought one off of Craig'slist for 20$ all the belts had turned to goo . I spent an hour or so cleaning that mess up afterwards I got on the web and bought belts from marrs they took awhile to get to me and then one belt was the wrong size .that was fun especially when I had it tore down and screws every where. I used an oring from westlake hardware!
This was my first time replacing belts and it was a challenge but once finished very rewarding

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