Excellent condition, just tuned and with Warranty...this is one of the best machines ever build. I just finished archiving my R2R tapes. Se the pictures, looks like new machine....
The B67 can be considered the compact version of the A80R. Presented in 1973 and produced until 1982, it was replaced by its successor the A810. Its functions, in a compact version, are the same of the A80R, exception made for the Edit and the back to Zero functions.
2 tracks stereo recorder, ¼ inch (6,35 mm).
Rack 19” portable recorder with wooden side panels and handles.
Tape speeds: 15 - 7.5 – 3,75 ips (38.1 - 19.05 – 9,5 cm/sec.).
Equalization: CCIR and NAB
Tape Reel: CINE (EIA) -Trident.
Reel size: up to 10,5” (26,5 cm) for metal reels or plates.
Balanced XLR input and output.
Digital timer display; H, Min, Sec.
Reset timer function; manual pause button; headphone output (jack 6,3mm).
Spooling time: about 145 sec. for 760 mt. of tape.
Weight: about 35 Kg
Dimensions: H x W x D, 510 x 483 x 237 mm.
Power absorption: about 85 W in Stop, 170W Play-Rec, 190W FF-Rew.
Voltage selector: from 100 to 240 Volt, 50-60 Hz.
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