Bauer T 520 Duoplay (Super8 films – sound) (used)
We offer this device in the form of hire purchase. This means you don’t have to decide up front if you want to rent or buy this device.
You pay the selling price and afterwards you may keep the device or return it. You will pay 20% of the selling price for every week you have the device in your possession, with a minimum of €35.
After 4 weeks the device automatically belongs to you.
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This film projector has been checked, cleaned and tested and is 100% OK.
The following things are included:
– a 2-month warranty
– a test report
– a copy of the manual (if available).
Marketed in 1978-79
Super 8 mm film
Lens: Schneider-Kreuznach Xenovar f: 1.2 F: 15.5-28 mm
Lamp: 150 W, 15 V, EFR
Lamp settings: High, Low
Spoelcapacity: 240 m
Projection: forward, reverse
Projection speed: 18, 24 fps
Frame counter: 4 digits, digital
Film loading: automatic threading
Sound: magnetic playback on both sound tracks
Sound mode: mono, duo
Sound controls: volume, tone, balance
Track selection: 1, 2, 1+2
Track transfer: 1 to 2, 2 to 1
Amplifier output: music power 2 x 20 W, sinus 2 x 15 W
Frequency response: 50-10,000 Hz at 18 fps, 50-10,000 Hz at 24 fps
Public address: yes
Recording: magnetic recording on both sound tracks
Sound-on-sound: and sound fading
Recording level control: auto and manual
VU meter: recording can be monitored with VU meter
Sound mixing: available
Input terminal: Microphone (0.3mV, 2000 Ohm), Phono (100 mV, 1 mOhm), Line-in (4 mV, 40 kOhm)
Input jack: Phono, Line: 5-pin DIN plug (European type); Mic: 7-pin DIN
Output terminal: Line-out (1.5 V, 10 kOhm), External Speaker (20 W 4-5 Ohm)
Output jacks: Ext Sp: 2-pin DIN plug; Line-out: 5-pin DIN plug (European type)
Built-in speaker: 6 W
Synchronized sound socket: double-system, synchronized sound with a tape recorder
Motor: asynchronous magnetic motor
Power source: V AC, 50/60 Hz
Weight: circa 11,500 g
Dimensions: circa 233 (W) x 330 (H) x 360 (L) mm
Made in Germany by Robert Bosch
Projector with Duo Play System, which allowed the voice to be put on the first track and background music on the other.