Elcaset Tape Decks
For more on the EL-7, click here.
The Teac AL-700. The picture to the right shows how an external dbx noise reduction adapter could be connected. It may have been the most expensive Elcaset deck - it retailed for US$1100. Like the Sony units, some of the AL-700 decks came with wood panels on the side.
This deck is labeled as the Lo-D D-9000. Lo-D
is apparently a brand-name used by Hitachi in some markets. But this Lo-D
identical to the Sony EL-7.
Another EL-7 clone was apparently put out at the WEGA E-4950.
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22 July 2005