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Model - Double WellDescriptionPrice
Harman Kardon Dual Cassette Deck W Remote DC5500High Quality Harman Kardon made in Japan Dual Cassette Deck
*2 Available. 1 with remote: $345. 1 without remote $295. Both tested and working nicely
The basics are simple enough, In a standard size and characteristically stylish ~ $1000 package (when new), the H/K DC5500 supplies a record/replay tape transport and a playback only one, both with auto-reverse. The deck has the standard Dolby B, C and HX Pro, and switchable MPX filter switching. All the usual features are present: one-key normal and high speed dubbing, an electronic tape counter (shared between the transports) plus intro and track search modes that will look up to fifteen tracks in either direction. Remote control is also included, with system control data links at the back.
The Harman/Kardon DC5500 largely justifies its maker’s claims. This really is a ‘dual well’ cassette deck for those who want the convenience without too much compromise. The deck is most comfortable with Type I (ferric) and Type II (chrome bias) tapes. Metal tape recordings tend to sound raw and edgy, especially if Dolby C is used. As with so many cassette decks, Dolby B is sonically preferable, and represents the optimum compromise between sound quality and background hiss for most music and tape types.
This is an excellent dual deck for the audiophile who doesn’t want to sacrifice quality for the sake of being able to dub tapes, and the remote is a very welcome addition.
Type: auto reverse, double compact cassette deck
Track System: 4-track, 2-channel stereo
Tape Speed: 4.75 cm/s
Heads: 1 x playback, 1 x record/playback, 1 x erase
Motor: 2 x reel, 2 x capstan
Tape Type: type I, CrO2, Metal
Noise Reduction: B, C
Headroom Extension: HX Pro
Frequency Response: 20Hz to 18kHz (Metal tape)
Signal to Noise Ratio: 70dB (dolby C)
Wow and Flutter: 0.05%
Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.9%
Input: 80mV (line)
Dimensions: 443 x 134 x 342mm, Weight: 7.8kg
Includes soft copy of manual in PDF.
Yamaha KX-W362Black, with Auto Reverse, Play Trim, and Remote$195.00
JVC TD-W505Black, with Auto Reverse$145.00
Technics RS-TR313Black with Auto Reverse$125.00
Sherwood DD-2040Black with Auto Reverse$95.00
Technics RS-TR210Black with Auto Reverse on Deck 2$95.00
Kenwood KX-68WBlack$75.00
Nikko ND40WBlack$75.00
Sony TC-W310Black$75.00
Technics RS-T16Black Deck A works nicely, issues w/ Deck B$25.00
Model - Single WellDescriptionPrice
Harman Kardon CD-91Silver$195.00
Harman Kardon HK200XMSilver, Dolby B and HX-Pro. Retailed new for $350 USD$145.00
Harman Kardon TD212Black, Dolby B and C. Retailed new for $300 USD$125.00
TEAC V-66CSilver, Dolby B and C. Retailed new for $280 USD$125.00
Akai GX-F31Silver, Nice Quality Dolby B and C, Retailed new for $300 USD$95.00
Luxman K-100Black, Dolby B and C. Retailed new for $250 USD$95.00
Sansui D-90Black, Late 70's Made in Japan$95.00
Luxman K-113Silver Dolby B, Full Logic (requires a little patience)$45.00
JVC KD-D40Silver. High End, Heavy unit, nice meters, distorts when warmed up, selling as is.$15.00