The Otari recorders where real pro machines but cost a lot less than expected, they were revered as the Japanese equivalent to Studer. These pro machines where very versatile, running at the usual studio speeds, they also had a varispeed which gave a 100% speed increase, 30IPS with 0.01% tolerance. The recorder also had a time code head, visible at the bottom of the machine, this recorder could be controlled by a video source, the remoter control was rear a large digital I/O connector on the back. This machine also featured Dolby HX, the professional version of Dolby, it had a Flux’s selector for different brands of tape, NAB and IEC equalisation, programmable counter with 2 store loop commands and individual spool size selectors.
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