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The Superscope CD-302 is a stereo cassette deck, it was introduced by Superscope in 1973 with a list price of USD $150 and discontinued 2 years later in 1975.

The main features of the Superscope CD-302 are: 2 heads, tape type selection with support for normal tapes, belt driven single-capstan transport.

Tape eject is operated mechanically and the cassette needs to be placed with the side to be played facing forward in the cassette well.

To make live recordings this deck has 2 microphone inputs to connect a microphone with a mini-jack connector. For undisturbed listening a jack connector for a pair of stereo headphones is supplied.

Compact Cassette

Historic events

1973 Computer graphics are used for the first time in the Motion Picture Industry when the movie "Westworld" is produced.
1974 Intel releases the 8080 processor, the 8-bit successor to the original 8008.
1975 Sony launched the Betamax videocassette recording format.

Features of Superscope CD-302

Headphones 2 Mono Microphone Inputs
Compact Cassette
Head Configuration
4 Track / 2 Channel 2 Head Desiǥn
Tape Speed
1⅞ ips - 4.76 cm/s
Normal Tape Capabılity
Sìngle Capsŧan Transport Belt Drive (Capsŧan) Mechanical Tape Loading Auto Stop

Similar to Superscope CD-302 from the period 1973 - 1975