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Technical Details

Brand: Uher

Model:4000S Report

Category:Mainstream

Application:Portable

Electronic:Solid State

Country of Manufacture:Germany

Release dates:1967-1967

Tracks:1/2 Rec/PB

Speeds: 3 3/4, 7 1/2, 15

Max Reel Size("): 5"

Number of heads: 2

Head Composition: Permalloy

Head Configuration: Stereo

# Motors:

Auto Reverse?:No

Voltage(s): Multi

Frequency Response:(all 3 dB): 7½ ips: 50Hz - 22kHz

Wow and Flutter:

Signal-to-Noise Ratio:

Sound quality rating:5 / 10

Long-term reliability rating: 5 / 10

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Description

Designed primarily for field and studio work, the half-track Uher 4000 Report was originally released in 1961.  Many variants appeared over the next few years (the 4000 L in 1965 pictured left), the 4200 stereo and the Report IC (integrated Circuit) 4200 and 4400 stereo series which were available into the 1980’s. With four playing speeds (15/16 ips to 7½ ips), this battery-operated recorder was capable of a frequency response of up to 20kHz.
The sophisticated motor control system used no less than 8 transistors, 3 diodes and a voltage reference zener diode.

Additional Info

16 ips: 70Hz - 5kHz / Wow & flutter: 0.15% at 7½ ips (audible frequencies only) / Signal to noise ratio: 50 dB or better / Power supply: 4 x 1.5 V flashlight cells,"dry-fit" storage battery or Model 880 mains operated power unit or automobile battery of 6-24 volts / Semiconductor complement: 5 TF65's, 2 TF66's, 3 AC117's, 1 AC120 / Audio output power: 1 watt (push-pull power stage) / Inputs: microphone, radio, phono / Outputs: external loudspeaker, earphones / Speaker(s): single 3¾" x 6" (95 x 152.5mm) elliptical / Dimensions: 10½ x 8½ x 3¼" (267 x 216 x 82.5 mm) / Weight: (less batteries or power unit) approx. 7 Ibs (3.2 kg) / half-track mono

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