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Studer

Classic Recording Studio Equipment

Studer is a Swiss manufacturer of professional audio equipment known for producing high-quality analog tape recorders and mixing consoles. The company was founded in 1948 by Willi Studer and quickly gained a reputation for its precision engineering and attention to detail. Over the years, Studer has developed many groundbreaking products, including the world’s first four-track tape recorder and the first modular digital mixing console. Today, Studer is a part of Harman International Industries and continues to innovate in the field of professional audio, offering a wide range of digital mixing consoles and high-end digital audio processing equipment.

The Studer A721 is a professional cassette recorder with superb audio performance, reliability, and convenient operating concept, including a four-motor tape transport mechanism and modular audio electronics with automatic record parameter calibration.
The Studer A827 24 Track Multi-Track Recorder is quite possibly the finest 24 track analogue audio recorder ever made, and many are still in use today around the world.
The Studer D820X – developed for stand-alone use also fits effortlessly into any system through its extensive interfaces and offers advanced facilities for digital mastering.
In the dynamic world of broadcasting, professionals demand excellence in their studio equipment. The Studer D780 R-DAT recorder rises to meet these exacting standards, ushering in a new era of efficiency and precision.
The Studer D827 MCH 24/48 Track DASH Tape Recorder enhances the Studer reputation for superior quality, excellent performance and optimum economics. It was of course, based on the Sony DASH format of multitrack digitalrecorders.
The Studer D424 is a Magneto-Optical, 2 channel digital recorder with amazingly easy editing functions, suitable for all broadcasting, recording studio and theatre applications.
Studer dedicated over twelve years to CD research and development and the Studer D741 CD Recorder, enhances and finalises their range alongside existing models like the D730, D731, D731 QC, and D732 CD Players. CD technology held a firm footing in broadcast and studio domains, with none rivalling its widespread use across both consumer and professional spheres.
The Studer V-Eight recorder incorporates the S-VHS recording principle and possesses all the necessary features required for professional audio applications. It is designed to meet the stringent demands of a professional studio environment, with a sturdy and distortion-free die-cast aluminium alloy chassis. Its modular design allows for sample-accurate interconnection of multiple units through a straightforward sync bus.