Category:Vintage (Pre 1960, some recorders were so good, they belong in above categories)
Country of Manufacture:Switzerland
Release dates:1951 - 1954
Speeds: 7 1/2
Max Reel Size("): 10.5"
Number of heads: 2
Head Composition: Permalloy
Head Configuration: Mono - Full Track
Frequency Response:70Hz - 8kHz ( 3 dB)
Wow and Flutter:
Signal-to-Noise Ratio:45 dB unweighted
Sound quality rating:5 / 10
Long-term reliability rating: 5 / 10
When Willi Studer built his first Revox, it was a revised version of his earlier Dynavox.
Designated the T26, it continued virtually unchanged until end of production in 1954.
The drive chassis received a hammer-tone surface. The buttons and knobs became more elegant. Cleanly marked signs facilitated the operation, and the heads were protected by a cover.
In the electronics there was, for the first time, a semiconductor, in the form of a selenium bridge rectifier which replaced the Dynavox’s vacuum-tube rectifier.
Valve complement: 6 valves / Inputs: microphone, radio / gramophone, (mixable) / Weight: 39.6 lbs (18 kg) / full-track mono