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Brand: Teac

Model:A-6300 Mk II

Category:Mid High Fidelity


Electronics:Solid State


Country of Manufacture:Japan

Release dates:1978 - 1983

Tracks:1/4 Rec/PB

Speeds: 3 3/4, 7 1/2

Max Reel Size("): 10.5"

Number of heads: 4

Dimension: 20½ X 17¼ X 8¼ " (520 X 440 X 210mm)

Head Composition: Permalloy

Head Configuration: Stereo

# Motors: 3

Auto Reverse?:Yes

Voltage(s): 100v Japan

Outputs: RCA, DIN

Frequency Response:40Hz -24kHz At 7½ Ips ( 3dB)

Wow and Flutter:.18% At 7½ Ips

Signal-to-Noise Ratio:65dB

Sound quality rating:7 / 10

Long-term reliability rating: 8/ 10

Weight: 48.4 Lbs. (22 Kg)

Additional Details


The Teac A- 6300 Mk 2 appears to be an effort by Teac to get a relatively affordable, quite decent tape deck out on the road with a travelling case. We don’t know if the electronics were any different. The much more widely sold consumer deck, the A-6300 was quite a decent deck in its day, at second from the top of the Teac late 70s models. The top models of which there were many, were fairly expensive and would not have been affordable to aspiring recordists for taping  up-and-coming bands. A single direction record, bi-directional playback deck with four heads and three motors. Other features included an index counter repeat for replaying a particular section. It seems that this was only available in Japan.

Additional Info

Four: erase, record and two playback heads for bi-directional playback
Frequency response ( 3dB)
40Hz -24kHz at 7½ ips
Wow & flutter
0.06% at 7½ ips
Signal to noise ratio
65 dB (3% weighted)
Rewind speed
160 seconds for 1800′

Hum and noise 50 dB at 1kHz / Separation 60 dB at 1kHz / Harmonic distortion 1% / Inputs 2 mic, 2 line / Outputs 1 headphone, 2 line / Dimensions
20½ x 17¼ x 8¼ ” (520 x 440 x 210mm) / Weight 48.4 lbs (22 kg)


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