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Nakamichi RX-303 Unidirectional Auto Reverse Cassette Deck

Original price $1,999.99 - Original price $1,999.99
Original price
$1,999.99
$1,999.99 - $1,999.99
Current price $1,999.99

 This Nakamichi RX-303 is a auto-reverse stereo cassette deck with Dolby B and C noise reduction, it was first sold by Nakamichi in 1984 with a manufacturer suggested retail price of USD $995 and discontinued 2 years later in 1986.

The main features of the Nakamichi RX-303 are: 2 heads, digital tape counter with 4 digits and memory stop, manual tape type selection and capable of handling normal, chrome and metal tapes with additional manual equalization selection, belt driven dual-capstan transport.

Typical front loading cassette deck with the cassette compartment located on the center of the deck. Tape loading/unloading is operated motorized and the cassette needs to be placed upside-down in the cassette well.

Level meters used on the RX-303 are digital LED peak reading meters. Full-logic transport controls used on the RX-303 let it respond to the slightest finger contact for fast and effortless transport function selection.

Dolby C-type used in the RX-303 provides 20 dB of noise reduction above about 1,000 Hz, fully doubling the amount given by B-type. A Subsonic filter is provided in the RX-303 to prevent infrasonic signals generated when playing a warped record. These signals can upset the Dolby system and preventing it from functioning properly. The 19kHz multiplex pilot signal present in FM stereo broadcasts can cause false triggering of the noise reduction system. The switchable MPX filter of the RX-303 filters out the pilot signal, and assuring proper Dolby processing of FM stereo programs.

For undisturbed listening a jack connector for a pair of stereo headphones is supplied. Connection to other audio components for playback can be achieved by a RCA cable and recording from a source by a RCA cable. All main transport commands can be issued remotely with a wired remote control.

*Article from CassetteDeck.org