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Teac 35-2 2T

reel to reel

tape recorder

 

Teac 35-2 two Track mastering reel to reel tape recorder in the Reel2ReelTexas vintage reconding collection

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Teac Tascam Reel To Reel Tape Recorders

Year
Model
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Unit in Museum collection
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1979

Teac 35-2 2T
Teac 35-2 two track mastering reel to reel tape recorder adin the Reel2ReelTexas.com vintage recording collection
Teac 35-2 two Track mastering reel to reel tape recorder in the Reel2ReelTexas vintage reconding collection

A reminder that the prices listed are what the item originally sold for in the year it was released.

 

  • Freq Response 40 - 22,000 cps @ 15
  • Signal to Noise 65 db
  • Speed  7.5 & 15 ips
  • Motors  3
  • Reels  10.5"
  • Timing accuracy  .06%
  • Weight  76 lbs
  • Price $1,900.00
  • + console $495

Teac 35-2 mastering reel to reel tape recorder manual cover in the Reel2ReelTexas.com vintage recording collection

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Teac 35-2 two Track mastering reel to reel tape recorder in the Reel2ReelTexas vintage reconding collection  Teac 35-2 two Track mastering reel to reel tape recorder in the Reel2ReelTexas vintage reconding collection  Teac 35-2 two Track mastering reel to reel tape recorder in the Reel2ReelTexas vintage reconding collection


The Teac 35-2 predecessor was the Teac 25-2, then the Teac 35-2, which evolved into the Teac A-7300 RX and was built for Ampex as the Ampex ATR-7300

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Teac 25-2 two Track mastering reel to reel tape recorder in the Reel2ReelTexas vintage reconding collection   Teac 25-2 two Track mastering reel to reel tape recorder in the Reel2ReelTexas vintage reconding collection   Teac 25-2 two Track mastering reel to reel tape recorder in the Reel2ReelTexas vintage reconding collection  Teac 25-2 two Track mastering reel to reel tape recorder in the Reel2ReelTexas vintage reconding collection  Teac 25-2 two Track mastering reel to reel tape recorder in the Reel2ReelTexas vintage reconding collection  Teac 25-2 two Track mastering reel to reel tape recorder in the Reel2ReelTexas vintage reconding collection

 

AmpexATR-700 (built by Teac)  two Track mastering reel to reel tape recorder in the Reel2ReelTexas vintage reconding collection  AmpexATR-700 (built by Teac)  two Track mastering reel to reel tape recorder in the Reel2ReelTexas vintage reconding collection  AmpexATR-700 (built by Teac)  two Track mastering reel to reel tape recorder in the Reel2ReelTexas vintage reconding collection  AmpexATR-700 (built by Teac)  two Track mastering reel to reel tape recorder in the Reel2ReelTexas vintage reconding collection

Inside the Ampex Atr-700 built by Teac

Inside the AmpexATR-700 (built by Teac)  two Track mastering reel to reel tape recorder in the Reel2ReelTexas vintage reconding collection  Inside the AmpexATR-700 (built by Teac)  two Track mastering reel to reel tape recorder in the Reel2ReelTexas vintage reconding collection   Inside the AmpexATR-700 (built by Teac)  two Track mastering reel to reel tape recorder in the Reel2ReelTexas vintage reconding collection  Inside the AmpexATR-700 (built by Teac)  two Track mastering reel to reel tape recorder in the Reel2ReelTexas vintage reconding collection   Inside the AmpexATR-700 (built by Teac)  two Track mastering reel to reel tape recorder in the Reel2ReelTexas vintage reconding collection


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Manufacturer Profiles

This is a list of information we have gathered from a variety of sources on some of the major analog reel to reel tape recorder and related equipment manufacturers.  While we have strived to provide the best information available to us, there will be corrections and additions. We include personal stories about the companies when they are provided to us.  We always invite input on corrections and updates. Thank you!

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Grundig AGGrundig logo in the Reel2ReelTexas.com vintage recording collection

Grundig AG was a formerly German manufacturer of consumer electronics for home entertainment which transferred to Turkish control in 2004-2007. Established in 1945 in Nuremberg by Max Grundig, the company changed hands several times before becoming part of the Turkish Koç Holding group. In 2007, after buying control of the Grundig brand, Koç Holding renamed its Beko Elektronik white goods and consumer electronics division Grundig Elektronik AG, which has decided to merge with Arçelik AG as declared on February 27, 2009.

The company began in 1930 with the establishment of a store named Fuerth, Grundig & Wurzer (RVF), which sold radios. 1945: Immediately after the war, Germany was in ruins. This was also true for many radios. Since new production was out of the question, the demand for repair work was very great. Radio dealer Max Grundig recognized the signs of the times and built the first two Grundig appliances: the Tubatest tube tester and the Novatest testing device, and in 1947 produced a kit, while a factory and administration centre were built at Fürth. In1951 the first televisions were manufactured at the new facility. At the time Grundig was the largest radio manufacturer in Europe. Divisions in Nuremberg,Frankfurt and Karlsruhe were established.

A plant was opened in 1960 to manufacture tape recorders in Belfast, Northern Ireland, the first production by Grundig outside Germany. The managing director of the plant Thomas Niedermayer, was kidnapped and later killed by the Provisional IRA in December 1973. The factory was closed with the loss of around 1000 jobs in 1980.

In 1972, Grundig GmbH became Grundig AG. After this Philips began to gradually accumulate shares in the company over the years, and assumed complete economic control in 1993. Philips sold Grundig to a Bavarian consortium in 1998 due to unsatisfactory performance.

At the end of June 2000 the company relocated its headquarters in Fürth and Nuremberg. Grundig lost €1,281 million the following year. In autumn 2002, Grundig's banks did not extend the company's lines of credit, leaving the company with an April 2003 deadline to announce insolvency. Grundig AG declared bankruptcy in 2003, selling its satellite equipment division to Thomson. In 2004 Britain's Alba plc and the Turkish Koc's Beko jointly took over Grundig Home InterMedia System, Grundig's consumer electronics division. In 2007 Alba sold its half of the business to Beko for US$50.3 million, although it retained the license to use the Grundig brand in the UK until 2010, and in Australasia until 2012.

In the United States, products marketed under the Grundig brand are manufactured by the Eton Corporation (formerly Lextronix), based in Palo Alto, California. Spain's Grupo Vitelcom is licensed to manufacture mobile telephones using the Grundig Mobile brand, and auto parts company Delphi manufactures car radios branded Grundig.

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