BeoCord 2200 Cassette Deck

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Manufactured: 1973 - 1976
Designer: Jacob Jensen
Colours: Teak, rosewood

Beocord 2200 was a high-fidelity cassette recorder with Dolby noise reduction system and high density ferrite heads which offered good sound quality and a long useful lifetime.

There was a push-button for switching between chromium dioxide and normal tapes. With the Dolby noise reduction system and chromium dioxide tapes a signal-to-noise ratio of 61 dB was obtainable. There were two large VU meters and separate recording level controls for left and right channels. There was automatic stop at the end of the tape and the memory function supplemented the 3-digit counter so that the tape could automatically stop at a '0' reading.

Sockets for headphones and microphone were discreetly hidden under a sliding panel on the top of the unit. The frequency range was 30-14,500 Hz. Wow and flutter was less than ± 0.12 % (JIS) or ± 0.2 % (DIN).

BeoCord 2200 Cassette Deck Product Specifications

4601 (1973 - Oct 1976)
USA 4604 (1973 - June 1976)

Compact cassette: C60-C90
Tape head: Ferrite
Memory Auto stop 000
Wow and flutter: <+/- 0.12%
Speed deviation: <+/-1.5%
Fast forward and rewind: 70 secs
Frequency range chrome: 30 - 14,500 Hz
Signal-to-noise ratio chrome: >52 dB
Dimensions: 7.5 x 50 x 23cm

Connections: Microphone 0,1 - 1mV/47 kohm
AUX 0,2 - 20 V/6,3 kohm; Headphones

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Created: 15th December 2006
Modified: 20th February 2007

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