IV Stereo (Nagra) 1979




A recorder that does not indeed need an introduction, the famous Nagra IV in my opinion, is one of the best portable recorders ever made. The Nagra range never had good controls like the UHER (i.e FF and RW) but these machines are built to last forever,and the recording response is amazing and still used today.(?) This recorder runs 3 speeds from 3 3/4 to 15 IPS, is 1/2 track Stereo with a pilot signal for synchronizing to a film camera. It takes a maximum spool size of 5 inches with the lid closed, 7 Inches with the lid open or an adapted lid with flanges. This machine can also be adapted to play 10.5" reels using the QBL extension box which hooks


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