Kenwood DX-7030 DAT Recorder
Kenwood released the DX-7030 in November 1990.
The DX-7030 was designed as a domestic unit but aspires to top quality, no-compromise sound quality, having a centrally mounted tape drawer and special internal damping plus a massive base-plate to improve isolation.
One-bit technology is employed with third-order noise shaping used for replay and fourth-order, 64-times oversampling used in recording from analogue sources.
Full editing of subcode and table-of-contents files is available, making the unit compatible with professional applications.
Two head design, and a total of 6 motors (capstan, drum and 4 loading)
The DX-7030 orginally cost 699.95 GBP.
Kenwood DX-7030 User Manual (DX-7030.PDF)
Kenwood DX-7030 User Manual
|Number of Pages||32|
|File Size||1.2 MB|
Kenwood DX-7030 Service Manual (DX-7030SM.PDF)
Kenwood DX-7030 Service Manual
|Number of Pages||170|
|File Size||9.4 MB|
|Notes||Two manuals included:
Circuit Description - 148 pages
Schematics - 22 pages.
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