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DP-35 Slave Recorder
This product has been discontinued.
Features | Specifications
The Otari DP-35 is a slave recorder specifically designed for volume production of high quality music recordings. The DP-35 has two horizontally aligned tape decks and up to ten DP-35s can be connected to one master reproducer. Thus, a maximum system constructs a 1 : 20 duplication system.
By combining the DP-35 with the Otari DP-33 digital master reproducer, a complete DP-30 duplication system is constructed. The DP-33 provides the audio signal with broad dynamic range and low noise by reproducing the analog audio signal from the digital data stored in its internal hard disk drives (HDDs) at each copy cycle. The 32-times duplicating speed is possible by reproducing the audio signals at 32x-speed on the DP-33 and by recording the signals at 32x-speed (60 ips) on the DP-35.

  • Two horizontally aligned tape decks and tape paths
  • Connectivity of up to 10 machines to one master
  • Recording at 32-times speed
  • High performance ferrite heads
  • Self-contained bias and record electronics (2.46 MHz)
  • Tape cleaner mechanism
  • Test signal connectors
  • Self-contained power supply for all electronics and transport control
  • Pack arm for consistent tape winding
  • Two bias selections from master, one EQ
  • Capable of 12.5" pancake
  • DC direct drive capstan motor with PLL servo
  • Supply reel tension servo (AC reel motor)
  • Local manual start/stop and on/off-line selection
  • Optional full-track monitoring head which simplifies bias monitoring and calibration