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Sony TC-K1A

STEREO CASSETTE DECK

FEATURES: Frontal Stereo Microphone Input
Headphones, Dolby NR, Tape Select (Normal/FeCr/CrO2)
REC Level Control (left/right), 2 VU Meters.

Semiconductors: 2 ICs, 12 Transistors, 9 Diodes.
Power Supply: AC 120/ 220 V, 50/60 Hz.

Specifications: Sony.
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Specifications:
1. General
System: Compact Cassette
Colour: 1=Silver, 2=Black: 1
Power consumption: 10 W @ 120/240 V
Cassette Recorder
Motors: 1 (servo DC)
Heads: 2
Track System: 4/2
FF and Rewind Time: approx. 90 sec (C-60) sec.
Tape Speed cm/s.: 4.75 cm/s.
Tape Speed ips: 1-7/8 ips
Wow and Flutter: 0.2 (WRMS)
Frequency Response Normal: 50-10,000 (DIN) HZ
Frequency Response FeCr: 50-13,000 (DIN) HZ
Noise Reduction: Dolby Dolby B; Dolby NR
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 55 (FeCr) (A weighted)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio B: with Dolby B 65 (FeCr) (CCIR)
Bias Frequency: 80 kHz
Input Impedance Line In: 100 kΩ
Input Sensitivity Line In: 77.5 (-20 dB) mV
Output Impedance Line Out: 100 kΩ
Output Sensitivity Line Out: 435 (-5 dB) mV
2. Physical
Dimensions in Inches: 16.14 x 5.71 x x 10.23 (w) x (h) x (d)
Dimensions in mm: 410 x 145 x 260 (w) x (h) x (d)
Weight in lbs: 11 lbs
Weight in Kg: 5 Kg



Reviews

Jim Koll - 12/05/2018  5 of 5 Stars!
I just brought my Sony TC K1A tape deck home from an electronic recycle center. I inspected the lines, replaced the belt with a belt intended for a 1993 Kenwood unit of mine, thoroughly cleaned the unit with 91 percent rubbing alcohol, cleaned and demagnetized the tape head, and touched up the plastic meter shrouds with a drop of 3in1 machine oil on a rag. The unit played and operated normally. No adjustments were needed for motor speed-it was spot on! I attached it to my high-end amp with Harmon Infinity speakers, and put a type 4 metal cassette(used CRo2 setting) with a recording I made in 1986 of the Boston Pops playing 2001 Space Odyssey and Star Trek. It plays phenomenally well! Crisp highs and full bass response! Not a bad haul for $15! I shined up like new-out of the box with its indestructible aluminum finish! A great addition to my other decks!

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