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Onkyo DT-9000 DAT Recorder


Onkyo DT-9000 DAT Recorder

Onkyo DT-9000 DAT Recorder


Form DAT deck
Tape recording system Swivel head scheme DAT
Sampling frequency Sound recording: 48kHz, 44.1kHz, 32kHz (digital input automatic switch)
At the time of a play: 48kHz, 44.1kHz, 32kHz (automatic switch)
Quantifying bit number 16-bit linear line
The number of channels Two channels (stereo)
Frequency characteristic (EIAJ) 2Hz - 22kHz
Dynamic range (EIAJ) 90dB or more
SN ratio (EIAJ) 90dB or more
THD 0.008% or less
Wow and flutter Below a limit of measurement
Input terminal Digital: 75 ohms of coaxials, light (with a circuit changing switch)
Analog: One RCA pin
Output-terminal Digital: 75 ohms of coaxials, light (parallel output)
Analog: One RCA pin
Head Amorphous ferrite composite type
Cylinder diameter 30mm
Cylinder rotational frequency 2000rpm (at the time of a Recording play)
Tape speed 8.15 mm/s, 12.225 mm/s (automatic switch)
Search velocity 400Xmax
FF-REW time About 27 seconds (120-minute tapes)
Postrecording Start ID, skip ID, an end mark, a special-NetWare-program number
They are a writing, rewriting, and an Erasable altogether.
Power consumption 25W
Dimensions Width 435x height 122x depth of 339mm
Weight 5.7kg
Accessories Wireless remote control rc-1920

Onkyo DT-9000 User Manual (DT-9000.PDF)

Onkyo DT-9000 Service Manual

Number of Pages 53 Service Manual: DT-9000.PDF
File Size 2.7 MB
Instant Download Yes
Code Language Price Purchase
SMDT9000_EN English 10.99 GBP

Service Manual: DT-9000.PDF

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