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Brand: Uher

Model:8000 Royal Stereo

Category:Mid High Fidelity

Application:Portable

Electronic:Solid State

Country of Manufacture:Germany

Release dates:1963 - 1966

Original Price: $141

Tracks:1/4 Rec/PB

Speeds: 1 7/8, 3 3/4, 7 1/2

Max Reel Size("): 7"

Number of heads: 3

Dimension: 14 x 13 x 7" (356 x 330 x 178 mm)

Head Composition: Permalloy

Head Configuration: Stereo

# Motors: 1

Auto Reverse?:No

Voltage(s): 110-120v

Outputs: RCA

Frequency Response:(all 3 dB) 7½ ips: 50Hz -20kHz 3¾ ips: 50Hz -16kHz 1 ips: 50Hz -8kHz 15/16 ips: 50Hz -4kHz

Wow and Flutter:0.15% at 7½ ips

Sound quality rating:6 / 10

Long-term reliability rating: 7/ 10

Weight: 23½ lbs (10.7kg)

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Description

First introduced in 1963, the 8000 Royal Stereo was a fully transistorized , extremely versatile stereo machine with separate recording and playback heads and four tape speeds, 7½, 3¾, 1 7/8 & 15/16 ips.
Maximum reel size was 7″ and output power was 2 x 2 watts through two internal loudspeakers.
An eleven position function switch enabled selection of mono, stereo, sound on sound, sound with sound, echo and slide projector synchronisation.

Additional Info

Year 1963
Price when new (in the UK) £141 15
Track system Quarter-track stereo
Heads Three
Motors Single Papst
Maximum reel size 7″
Tape speeds 7½ , 3¾ & 1 ips
Frequency response (all 3 dB)
7½ ips: 50Hz -20kHz
3¾ ips: 50Hz -16kHz
1 ips: 50Hz -8kHz
15/16 ips: 50Hz -4kHz
Wow & flutter 0.15% at 7½ ips
Channel separation 50dB
Dynamic range 50dB
Fast wind speed 3 minutes
Audio output power 2 watts RMS per channel
Inputs Two mono, one stereo low impedance microphones, radio & pick-up
Speaker(s) Two (inbuilt)
Dimensions 14 x 13 x 7″ (356 x 330 x 178 mm)
Weight 23½ lbs (10.7kg)

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