Monday, February 23, 2009

This blog gets a lot of traffic from people searching on the Cutec 4-track recorder, as I have posted several stories about using it back in the 80's to record a lot of local bands. Often the searches are image searches. So, to help satisfy those searches, here's a picture (image) of a Cutec MR402 four-track (4-track, fourtrack) cassette recorder:













The cassette door was removed ages ago as it was jamming closed.


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8 Comments:

Blogger S Carpenter said...

Nice to lay eyes on that magic box again...

SC

9:32 AM  
Blogger Steve A said...

Does anyone know if there is a user manual for this machine. I have one and would love to be able to use it to its best.
Thanks
SA

6:14 AM  
Blogger senormedia said...

I have the manual. I can make you a copy. Send your email address.

8:39 AM  
Blogger sudrakarma said...

I have a Cutec 1642 board and can't find any information on it or the company. I've Googled and Googled and there's not much to be found. It came with a two-page, type-written "manual" but not much there. Anyone know anything about the company?

10:33 PM  
Blogger senormedia said...

Their trademark info is here:
http://www.trademarkia.com/cutec-73496482.html

A Japanese company registered in NYC.
The trademark was canceled (abandoned?) in 2006.

Looks like they made a lot of stuff, but all I've ever seen are two versions of the 4-track recorder.

10:50 PM  
Blogger Kmill said...

Yes...
I too have spent some time watching the maestro (K.C.) at work behind the coveted Cutec.
(ie. the extremes, ethereal mission).

10:50 PM  
Blogger senormedia said...

Hey K!
I was just talking about you with someone last month.

Drop me a line
senormedia
gmail.

11:59 PM  
Blogger senormedia said...

I have posted the manual for the Cutec here:

http://audioarchives.blogspot.com/2014/04/the-legendary-old-favorite-cutec-mr402d.html

7:06 PM  

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