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R-750 Mirror Master Recorder
This product has been discontinued.
The Otari R-750 mirror master recorder (MMR) is a device for recording mirror images of a VHS format video onto 1/2 inch magnetic tape. Tapes created with the R-750 can be used as the master tape in the TMD (thermal magnetic duplication) system.
The R-750 is available in the following four types according to the video formats:
  • R-750NS: NTSC-SP
  • R-750NE: NTSC-EP
  • R-750P: PAL
  • R-750S: SECAM

  • Provides separate Y/C inputs
  • Video levels (hue, color, burst, luminance) can be adjusted individually
  • Dolby HX Pro Headroom Extension* is provided as standard
  • Independent playback head for the linear audio track is provided
  • Input selection switch is provided on the rear panel to provide Hi-Fi audio signals as the linear audio input
  • Provides four audio equalizers
  • Meter expand function is provided for precise level adjustment
  • Internal test oscillator provided. (100 Hz, 1 kHz, 5 kHz, 10 kHz, sine wave)
  • 2 inch monitor speaker provided
  • RCA pin type audio output connectors are provided to simplify connection
  • Headphone jack provided
  • Computer controlled transport operation
  • Search Zero function
  • Automatic recording is possible by setting parameters
  • Constant tension control provided by the tension servo circuitry
  • Simple format conversion: Video formats can can be changed easily by replacing the rotary head scanner assembly and two PC boards
  • The mini-Pro function is integrated as a standard function
  • Mountable into a standard 19-inch rack
  • Existing R-700 scanner assembly can be used
  • Real time counter provided
  • VISS switch terminal is provided on the rear panel to record VHS VISS signals onto the tape during recording
  • A 20-character x 4-line back-lit liquid crystal display can supply ample operating information
  • Record inhibit function is provided to prevent recording with already recoded tapes
HX Pro Headroom Extension originated by Bang & Olufsen and manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. "Dolby", the Double-D symbol, "HX Pro" are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.