Superb rendition. Drawings (schematics) complete and unabridged. I do a great deal of vintage audio restoration. Documentation is essential for successful repairs. I have found sources over the years that offer good documentation, but rarely all that is necessary. Owner's Manuals has filled that void with complete and legible documentation. They have narrowed my "favorites" to a more manageable collection. This Denon manual in particular contained the latest revisions level, and offered alterations favorable to updating the item. The Illustrated Parts Breakdown (IPB) was well enough detailed to simplify part symbols and physical locations. You will not be disappointed!
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6. Tape Speed Adjustment Settings : â¢ Test tape : TTAâ100 (Tape center) â¢ Test point : PHONES JACK (J1) â¢ Volume : NON-CLIP (MAX - 10dB) â¢ Tape/Radio : TAPE â¢ Tape select : NORM â¢ MSP : CLASSIC â¢ Adjustment location : SFR51 Method : Play back the test tape and adjust SFR51 so that the frequency becomes 3000Hz Â± 10Hz (FWD). Then confirm WOW is less than 0.50%. 7. Azimuth Adjustment settings : â¢ Test tape : TTAâ330/TTA-420 â¢ Test point : PHONES JACK (J1) â¢ Volume : MAX â¢ Tape select : NORM â¢ MSP : CLASSIC â¢ Adjustment location : Head azimuth adjustment screw Method : Play back the 8kHz signal of the test tape and adjust the screw so that the output becomes maxi mum.