The JH-110 A Series of recorders consists of a JH-110 transport, from one to eight channels of audio electronics, and a power supply. Special broadcast
and mastering machines are also available and some of systems are affered in 10 1/2 inch, 14 inch and/or 1000m DIN reel sizes.
The systems are available unmounted (standard 19 inch rack mountable), or mounted in a variable profile cabinet or in an all-aluminium overhead bridge
The System shown here is a 4-track model with the standard RTZ I. The power supply mounts in the base cabinet. The System is also available in playback
Heavy duty industrial casters make this unit easy to move.
Recessed carrying handles are useful when moving over door sills or steps.
All audio and power connections are out of the way in the rear of the cabinet.
The JH-110 Series encompasses the following systems:
1 - JH110A
max. 10 1/2" reel, 3 speed transport, DIN hubs optional
2 - JH110A-14
max. 14" reel, 3 speed transport, DIN hub optional
3 - JH-110A-8
max. 10 1/2" reel, 3 speed transport, 4-tk 1/2" conversion kit optional
4 - JH-110BC
max. 10 1/2" reel NAB or 1000m DIN, 2 speed transport
5 - JH-110M
max. 14" reel, 3 speed transport, DIN hubs optional (specify particular disc cutting system to be used with for proper JH-110M model)
All systems come standard 19" rack mountable, in the unique variable profile cabinet (except the JH-110A-8), or the aluminium overhead bridge cabinet.
There are over 70 models of the various JH-110 Series recorders available including playback only systems.
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