What is stereo?

There are now two system of high fidelity, monophonic (monaural) and stereophonic. Monophonic is a system that starts from one microphone and is fed through a single high fidelity set. Stereophonic is a double system. Two separate microphones are placed at different sides of the orchestra and two different systems are used to keep the two signals or channels separated. Two separate speakers are used, placed on different sides of you room. Stereo is much like 3-D photography, two slightly different sound reach your ears giving you a new dimension in sound.

H.H. Scott '59

Revox C115 cassette tape deck

Cassette Tape Deck - Professional Series


Tape transport

Dual capstan transport, 3-head system

Auto tape type

Automatic setting for IEC type I, II, IV


Permanently active headroom extension to increase the overall dynamic range


Ease of use - minimum of training and familiarization required

Balanced arrangement of operating and control elements

Large display with high contrast lettering

Feedback for each key depression on the high contrast display and LED's

Fader start mode interlocks the keyboard

Ergonomic design - characterized by the attractive, classic and discreet design, even professionals under stress will feel comfortable with the Revox C115 Cassette Tape Deck

Large and clearly separated controls for all functions

Functional clarity minimizes operating errors

The power switch, often dreaded by professionals, has been arranged on the rear panel

Useful features and optionas - help to customize the unit and supply the professinal with a reliable tool

Different studio levels externally switchable

De-energized capstan motor in standby

Bias and calibration easily adjustable on front panel

Standardized interfaces for audio and fader control

Simple and quick access to moduls minimizes service time

Rackmount kit optional



Transport:  Dual capstan tape transport with controlled spooling drive. Separate head system for record and playback; ferrite erase head

Tape Speed:  1-7/8 ips ±0,5%

Tape Slip:  <0,3%

Wow and Flutter (weight as per JIS):  <0,1% (C-60 and C-90 in playback mode)

Spooling Time:  approx. 95 sec for C-60 cassette

Tape Timer:  switchable between, min/sec , linear counter, 4 digits

Automatic Tape Type Changover:  for typ[es I, II and IV

Recording System:  HX-Pro Headroom Extension

Calibration Aid:  Rotary controls for Bias and Level via bargraph display

Noise Reduction System:  Dolby B and C type, Double Dolby System for source/tape monitoring

Reproduce Equalization:

Type I :  3180 +120 µs

Type II :  3180 + 70 µs

Type IV :  3180 + 70 µs

Frequency Response (via Tape, -20 dB Dolby NR =Off)

Type I :  30 Hz - 18 kHz ±3 dB

Type II :  30 Hz - 17 kHz ±3 dB

Type IV :  30 Hz - 17 kHz ±3 dB

Level Calibration:  200 nWb/m =0 dB = Dolby-level

Harmonic Distortion (k3 of 333 Hz at 200 nWb/m)

Type I :  <1,0%

Type II :  <1,5%

Type IV :  <1,5%

Signal-to-Noise Ratio (ref.to 3% distortion and Dolby C)

Type I :  >72 dB

Type II :  >72 dB

Type IV :  >73 dB

Channel Separation:  better than -40 dB at 1 kHz

Bias/Erase Frequency:  105 kHz

Erase Efficiency:  >65 dB at 1 kHz (Dolby C =on)

Input Sensitivity/Impedance:  70 mV for 200 nWb/m / >10 k

Max. Input Level:  10 V

Outputs (rel. To 200 nWb/m)

Line Out :  -10/0/+6 dBm, R=50

Phones :  max. 500 mV, R=100

4special Function:  Faderstart, to be activated via 6-pole socket (DIN 45 322)

Power Requirements:  115 V, 90 - 130 V, (230 V, 190 - 260 V) 50/60 Hz

Power Consumption:  30 W

Dimensions (W x H x D):  440 x 143 x 366 mm

Weigth:  7,5 kg

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