Category:Mid High Fidelity (most Japanese recorders fall into this category)
Country of Manufacture:Japan
Release dates:1973 - 1978
Original Price: $470
Speeds: 3 3/4, 7 1/2
Max Reel Size("): 7"
Number of heads: 4
Head Composition: Permalloy
Head Configuration: Stereo
Frequency Response:( 3dB): 7½ ips: 40Hz - 20kHz 3¾ ips: 40Hz -12kHz
Wow and Flutter:0.08% at 7½ ips. 0.12% at 3¾ ips
Signal-to-Noise Ratio:better than 55dB at 7½ ips unweighted
Sound quality rating:6 / 10
Long-term reliability rating: 7 / 10
The Dokorder 7200 was a
two-speed (7½ & 3¾ ips) quarter-track stereo recorder
with auto-reverse playback capability.
Features included automatic continuous playback, four heads (molybdenum
record, two molybdenum playback and regular erase), three motors, standard
or low-noise tape bias selector switch, sound-on-sound, echo, sound-with-sound
and mic/line mixing.
Maximum reel size was 7″ and price when new (USA) was $469.95.
Bias frequency: 130kHz / Crosstalk: better than 60dB at 1kHz / Inputs: mic: 0.8 mV / 10kHz line: 80mV / 220kHz DIN: (Rec) 0.8mV / 3.3kHz / Outputs: line: 0dB (0.775V) / 10k ohms DIN: (PB) 0 dB (0.775V) / 10k ohms headphone: 0.7 mW / 8 ohms / Dimensions: 17 x 17¾ . x 6¾ .” (429mm x 451mm x 171mm) / Weight: 40.7 lbs (18.5kg) / quarter-track stereo