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ReVox is a brand name of Swiss audio equipment created by Studer in the 1950s. ...


The ReVox brand name was spun off into Studer Revox AG in 1990. During Studer's acquisition by Harman International, Revox was sold separately to a group of private investors. For the Temptations album, see 1990 (Temptations album) MCMXC redirects here; for the Enigma album, see MCMXC a. ...


Many consider ReVox open-reel tape recorders to be high-end audio equipment. Open-reel tape recorders were the first high-quality method of recording audio. ... High-end audio equipment is created to be the best, regardless of what it might turn out to cost. ...


References

  • History at Studer Website

External sites

  • ReVox Official Site
  • ReVox Fan Site A site devoted to ReVox (in German)
  • ReVox Tape Fan Site A site devoted to ReVox reel to reel tape products.
  • Another fan site Yet another ReVox fan site.
  • Tape editing using their B77

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