1935 To 1960
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Saja produced reel to reel tape recorders from 1956 to 1968 which were manufactured in Germany. These tape recorders targeted the consumer market. The early models of Saja tape recorders used tube electronics and later on they transitioned to solid-state tape recorders. The company produced 2 track machines available in 110-120v & 220-240v voltages.
Sander & Janzen (SAJA) started off in the mid-1930s making record cutting machines. Into the 1940s they were manufacturing turntables such as the 1949 Schimon / Sander & Janzen studio turntable. Apparently by the mid-50s they were the go to source for studio tape recorders in Germany. They also produced consumer models which you can see below. In 1960, the company was taken over by Graetz.
So far we have not found any Saja recorders that look like studio devices.