Portable cassette recorder company "Stuzzi GMBH Wien.",
Austria. Made probably in the late 60s or early 70s.
Dimensions 115 x 72 x 27 without protruding parts.
Weight 300 g. Feeding 4,5 v, three AAA batteries. In the
recorder can be used special cassettes MT550 (2 x 25
min), MT560 (2 x 25 min) and MT570 (2 x 35 min), and
other similar tapes production companies "Assmann GmbH"
and "Stuzzi Ges. MbH; Wien". These cassettes
resemble modern compact cassette, but structurally quite
different. In their building houses two coils with the
tape, but without the usual holes for reel table.
Instead, with one hand in case there is a window that
opens access to the tape and the edges of the coils.
When the cassette is inserted in the recorder, the edges
of coils relate rubber rollers kinematics, which they
and rotate. It is clear that the stabilization of the
speed of the belt is missing. Dimensions Magazine 100 x
52 x 10 mm, belt width 3.81 mm. The quality of the
recorder is fairly good, sound natural, and the
instability of the belt is almost not noticeable.
Apparatus pleases the eye a good design and the design
is sophisticated and manufacturing. In the recorder has
a volume control, connectors (2,5 mm jack) to connect a
microphone and earphone, and the light indicating low
battery. For the 60-ies, this recorder was
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Rotating lock battery compartment
combined with a jack for a microphone.
From left to stop mode, the right
recording mode - playback. To fix the engine must move
into position, and move up.
Left enabled rewind, fast forward mode on
the right. Fast forward and included
only from the playback mode.
With the included leather case, a device
for cleaning the head, and instruction manual.