1974 SERIES 9200 XD
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The series 9200 XD was developed from series 9100 X and featured three motors, four heads, three speeds and the crossfield recording technique. It was, apart from the Dolby system, very similar to its predecessor.

Other features included:
Sound-on-sound; EDIT/CUE enabled listening to the tape when fast winding/rewinding; remote control available and line/mic mixing.

The 9200 XD was produced in either 2 or 4-track versions and optional accessories included suitcase, dustcover and brackets for 19" rack mounting.

Additional images, test report and circuit diagram for this recorder are featured on the CD ROM.



Specifications
Year of manufacture
1972-74
Track config
Available in 2 or 4 track stereo
Heads (4)
erase, record and playback plus crossfield bias head
Speeds
7½ ips , 3¾ ips  & 178yel.jpg (4923 bytes) ips
Motors
Synchronous hysteresis capstan motor, separate reel motors
Frequency response (2 dB)
30 - 26,000Hz at 7½ ips, 32 to 20,000 Hz at 3¾ ips
Wow & flutter (DIN)
0.09% at 7½ ips , 0.15% at 3¾ ips  & 0.3% at 178yel.jpg (4923 bytes) ips
Speed tolerance
0.7%
Maximum reel size
7"
Fast wind time
1200 ft reel - 55 seconds; 1800ft reel - 71 seconds
Crosstalk
Mono: 60 dB, Stereo: 50 dB
Distortion
From tape at 0 dB, 400 Hz: 3%
Inputs
Microphone (balanced): 200ohms/0.23-35mV
Radio: 50 kohm/8mV-1.2V
Line: 200 kohm/30mV-5V
Outputs
Radio: 5kohm/0.775 V
Line: 150ohm/1.5V
Headphones: 8ohm/5 mW.
Dimensions (upright)
15¾"  x 16¼" x  5½" (413 x 410 x 140mm)
Weight
34 lb (15.5kg)