Concord Reel to Reel Tape Recorders

Company Description

Concord produced reel to reel tape recorders from 1962 to 1974 which were manufactured in USA. These tape recorders targeted the consumer market. The early models of Concord tape recorders used tube electronics and later on they transitioned to solid-state tape recorders. The company produced both 2 and 4 track machines available in 110-120v & 220-240v voltages.

1960’s Concord Electronics Corp., the American re-seller of Japanese made consumer electronics, was founded

1961 Introduced the Model 103 open-reel tape recorder

1962 Released the model AF-40 AM-FM receiver with stereo amplifier.

1965 Released the model 4444 open-reel stereo tape recorder

1967 Concord released the model 501 D tape deck

1970 Released the model 776 stereo automatic reverse reel to reel recorder, and the model 300 tape recorder with “Reverse-A-Track”

1975 Released the model 330 transistorized tape recorder

1980 Introduced the F-101 cassette recorder

General Information

Brand: Concord

Years in Business: 1960

Country: USA

Years making R-R Tape Recorders: 1961 To 1975