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Dolby B NR

The Wollensak 4760 is a stereo cassette deck with Dolby B noise reduction, it was introduced by Wollensak in 1971 with a manufacturer suggested retail price of USD $300 and discontinued 2 years later in 1973.

The main features of the Wollensak 4760 are: 2 heads, analog 3 digit tape counter, tape type selection with support for normal and chrome tapes, belt driven single-capstan transport.

Typical of this deck is the 70's top loading layout with the cassette compartiment located on the left side of the deck. Tape eject is operated mechanically and the cassette needs to be placed with the side to be played facing forward in the cassette well.

Level meters used on the 4760 are analog needle VU reading meters. Mechanical transport controls for reliable 4760 transport function selection.

The Dolby-B system reduces tape hiss on tapes recorded on the 4760 by as much as 10 dB at the highest frequencies.

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

Compact Cassette

Historic events

1971 The first digital watch is produced by Pulsar.
1972 Intel releases the 8008 chip. An 8-bit processor that becomes the foundation for future personal computers.
1973 TDK introduced a replacement for chromium dioxide and named it Avilyn.

Features of Wollensak 4760

2 Mono Microphone Inputs Headphones
3-Digıt Mechanical Counter Analog Needle Meters
Cassette Exterior
Orientation Left Top Loading Wood Case
Compact Cassette
Head Configuration
2 Head Desiǥn 4 Track / 2 Channel
HighCom NR
Noise Reduction
Dolby-B Noise Reduction
Mechanical Transport Control
Tape Speed
1⅞ ips - 4.76 cm/s
Normal Tape Capabılity Chrome Tape Capabılity
Sìngle Capsŧan Transport Belt Drive (Capsŧan) Mechanical Tape Loading Auto Stop

Similar to Wollensak 4760 from the period 1971 - 1973