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TEAC A-2340R

4 Channel Simul Trak Tape Deck

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TEAC A-2340R


The Teac A-2340R is a semi-professional tape deck capable of four channel, stereophonic and monophonic recording and playback, with 2 channel manual or automatic reverse play.

It offers operating speeds of 7.5 and 3.75 ips.

The basic design of the A-2340R is highly similar to that of the A-2340.


Track system: auto reverse, 4-track, 4-channel, stereo/monaural/multi channel system

Heads: 1 x record, 1 x playback, 1 x erase

Motor: 1 x capstan, 2 x reel

Reel size: up to 7 inch reel

Tape speeds: 3 34  7 12 ips

Wow and flutter: 0.12% (7 12 ips)

Frequency response: 40Hz to 18kHz (7 12 ips)

Signal to Noise Ratio: 48dB

Crosstalk: 35dB

Input: 100mV (line), 0.3mV (mic)

Output: 0.3V (line)

Semiconductors: 24 x transistors, 8 x diodes

Dimensions: 522 x 170 x 440mm

Weight: 20kg



re: A-2340R

I am new to this, but I also have an issue with auto-reverse on the A2340R. It doesn't work. The unit will playback in reverse direction, but only after I adjust the left guide arm so the the tape is on the opposite side than during normal operation. Manual doesn't have any info regarding reverse play. Any suggestions to troubleshoot and correct would be appreciated.

My problem; need metal strips to attach to tape. Other than operator error it works fine.

re: A-2340R

I think you may have it threaded wrong.
The tape should go under the far left arm and over the second guide.
If you got to eBay you can probably see the correct way to thread the tape.
Also, yes, you need foil on the back ( shiny ) side of the tape, not the media side.

re: A-2340R

I have a a-2340r and it works great so far but I wonder if it only records in one direction...it will do reverse but cant get it to record 2channel in reverse like most recorders do.

re: A-2340R

Most reversing decks do NOT record in reverse unless specified.
That is a forward recording deck ONLY>


re: A-2340R

Ok and thanks....at first I was thinking maybe it needed repair but recording in one direction for a 4 channel deck makes sense.
I have a Sony tc-730 that's records in both directions is why I needed to ask.....Teac is a new one for me...plus I have a 2340 that will go to a shop soon....
Thanks again.

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