Stellavox

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Stellavox
Industry Manufacturer, Audio
Founded 1955
Headquarters Hauterive,[1] Switzerland
Key people Georges Quellet
Products Professional Audio Equipment, Recorders, Mixers
Website www.stellavox.com

Stellavox is a company based in Switzerland and is most noted for their compact portable reel-to-reel magnetic tape audio recorders used by radio and TV-stations[2] and motion picture location sound mixers as an alternative to the Nagra recorders.

Notable Products[edit]

  • 1954: Model 54
  • 1957: Sm 0
  • 1958: Sm 4 ( Fi Cord 1A in England)
  • 1959: Fi-Cord 101 - Transistor dictaphone
  • 1960: 5 Sm - Professional recorder for radio reporters
  • 1969: SP 7 - Reel-to-reel recorder with exchangeable headblock. Nearly 2000 units built.
  • 1972: 7 SQ - Quadraphonic version of the SP7
  • 1975: SP 8 - Development of SP8. Sub models are SU 8, SR 8, SM 8 (aka master Stella), SI 8, SD 8th.
  • 1979: 88 TD - Universal Studio Recorder
  • 1984: 9 TD - Studio machine, development of TD88
  • 1989: 9 SP - Further development of the SP8

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [OPERATING MANUAL for the portable professional mixer STELLAVOX AMI 48]
  2. ^ Filmsoundsweden.se, read 2012-08-28
  • Roland Schellin: STELLAVOX Voice of the Stars - Die Stimme der Sterne, ISBN 3-936124-80-9.