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Studer J37 Operating and Service Manual
Due to its up to date design and the care in manufacture the studio tape recorder "STUDER J-37" will meet all the requirements of a modern recording studio. The outstanding features of this machine are its high quality, versatility and simplicity In operation.
The Idea of the "building block principle", on which the design of the recorder is based, allows easy access to any part of the machine and replacing a faulty assembly is a matter of seconds. The wiring of the machine is arranged so as to permit the adaptation to new requirements, simply by using the appropriate amplifiers and head blocks. Maintenance and servicing are reduced to a minimum.
The use of one inch ( 25.4 mm ) wide tape makes the quality of each of the four channels similar to that of a quarter inch full track machine. The built-in sync-playback amplifiers permit individual tracks to be monitored in sync with existing recordings on other tracks.
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