STUDER A807 Mk 1 with butterfly heads in Trolley

We also have 2 Dolby 361 Noise reduction units fitted with CAT 22 Dolby A Cards which can be purchased separately for £300

This recorder is in full working order and was the property of an audio magazine journalist who looked after it and did not use it very much. It does not show signs of excessive studio use

The Studer A807 runs at 3 speeds - 3 3/4 ips - 7.5 ips - 15 ips

An analogue recording machine running at 15 ips with Dolby A is recognized as providing the highest quality recording available.


The machine comes with a reel of EMI 1/4" tapes which includes recordings of Kenny Everett performing his Captain Kremmen radio show. We do not know where this recording came from, we have had it for over 15 years however it appears to be original judging by the writing on the tape box. When Olympic Studios closed we bought all of the unclaimed tapes, it may have come from there.

NB, This tape will be supplied free of charge with the machine however it does not come with any rights, they would be owned by the BBC presumably. If you do not know who Kenny Everett was watch the You Tube video he was the funniest DJ on radio, he was rude, irreverent and extremely funny.

The machine will be supplied with NEW Revox style NAB adapters as pictured.


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Listed2 months ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.learn more
  • A807 Plus Bonus Extras
  • Aluminium ( Silver )
  • 80's - 90's ?
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  • Switzerland

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Thurleigh, Nr Bedford, United Kingdom
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