SANYO X920 (1980)
The X920 was introduced by Sanyo in 1980. It was marketed worldwide as the M-X920 while in Japan it was sold as MR-X920. Technically is an extremely well-equipped model featuring a Soft Touch controlled cassette recorder equipped with Metal tape (40-17.000Hz) capable Dynaloy heads and a wow & flutter figure of 0.055% (W.R.M.S). Recording level can be set automatically or manually and there are two needle type VU meters to follow your settings, it has Dolby noise reduction circuit and a 7 track AMSS (Automatic Music Select System). Live recordings can be made with the built-in condenser microphones or with the supplied "studio design" external microphones. The power output is 2x10W (EIAJ/DC) delivered to a loudspeaker system consisting of an 18cm bass and 5cm tweeter unit. The amplifier section has bass, treble, loudness and Stereo Dimension Expander (wide). The radio section has an analog tuner for AM-FM Stereo radio (Japan model) and AM-LW-SW-FM Stereo (European model) programe. Stereo "line-in" and "line-out" jacks turn system into high quality component cassette deck and there is also provision for stereo turntable input. Size: 652x319x193 mm | Weight: 10,5 kg | Operation: Mains, 10 D-cells.