24/06/2015 Nakamichi RX-505 Repairs.
Thread starter Artrix; Start date Jun 23, 2015; A.
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Jun 23, 2015 #1 Wondering if anyone has worked on or had a RX-505 tuned up.
Some places say “We don’t fix one thing, we totally restore it” That is great, sort of a shotgun approach but I see.
The Nakamichi RX-505 is the latest example of the company’s penchant for the unique.
Besides incorporating completely separate recording and playback heads, a closed-loop dual-capstan drive, and both Dolby-B and Dolby-C noise-reduction systems, the RX-505 is a #, 01/01/2020 Nakamichi RX-505 refurb/ repair Cassette.
It is obviously worth having restored, it is a highly sought after fantastic sounding deck, and restored PROPERLY, worth considerable dollars.
07/10/2016 Nak RX-505 belt Replacement So I finally scored a near mint condition RX-505 over the weekend (and for a darn good price), and just ordered the belt kit this evening.
However I cannot find any clear info on how to go about replacing the UDAR belt.
Auto-Reverse Three Head Cassette Deck (1984-93) (2 reviews) Description.
To Nakamichi , 3-Head always means three discrete heads, physically independent record, playback and erase heads that are perfectly optimized and critically aligned in magnetic azimuth to ensure flat response to beyond 20 KHz and optimum MOL.
RE: Nakamichi RX-505 Cassette Deck Repair Question.
Posted by Story (A) on March 21, 2019 at 04:54:18 In Reply to: Nakamichi RX-505 Cassette Deck Repair Question posted by [email protected]
com on March 18, 2019 at 19:36:50:, This Nakamichi RX-505 is a auto-reverse stereo cassette deck with double Dolby B and C noise reduction, it was first sold by Nakamichi in 1984 with a list price of USD $1,549 and discontinued 9 years later in 1993.
The main features of the Nakamichi RX-505 are: 3 discrete heads and off-tape monitoring, digital tape counter with 4 digits and.
This Nakamichi RX-202 is a auto-reverse stereo cassette deck with Dolby B and C noise reduction, it was first sold by Nakamichi in 1982 with a recommended retail price of USD $879 and discontinued 11 years later in 1993.
It was available on all Nakamichi RX series of tape decks, i.
the RX-202, RX-303 and RX-505.
The ‘top of the range’ RX-505 was made after the Dragon.
Its operation was elegantly simple, easy to set up, easy to calibrate, and easy to use, with only one rewind and forward operation in a unique unidirectional auto-reverse deck.
He has been working on Nakamichi since its origin and was trained by Nakamichi America when this equipment was new.
Hermann Services maintains a quality shop with all necessary test equipment, proprietary calibration equipment and gauges to service Nakamichi properly.